- A short video clip of a man in a Spiderman suit swinging from a bridge in what looks like the Johannesburg area has been shared online by an intrigued Twitter user
- In the hair-raising video, the brave Mzansi Spiderman mimics Marvel's superhero by using a white sheet to swing up and down a bridge without any fear of falling
- The clip received many reactions from South African Twitter users who were surprised to see that Spiderman was no longer dancing and now entertaining in a dangerous way
A video clip of a man dressed as Marvel's Spiderman has been shared online. This video differs from the many others that have flocked our timelines because instead of dancing, this Spiderman is swinging.
Using a white sheet to do it, the young and admittedly brave man can be seen swinging dangerously from the sheet that is tied to a bridge in what appears to be a Johannesburg street.
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"Khuzani uSpiderman ngeke, uzolimala manje," the video was captioned by @SihleMlambo_.
Locals had this to say:
"The is no way this one is a black person. Never, rona re felela and jiving at Moja Cafe"
"Foreal uspida uze ku vacation emzansi. Forever misbehaving the Avengers must call him to order."
"Oh no ways y’all’s are gonna die trying to be heroes"
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Briefly News previously reported that several people dressed as Spiderman appear to be taking over South African social media pages and Mzansi just can't deal with how hilarious it all is. In another funny clip shared online, Mr and Mrs Spiderman can be seen showing off various dance moves at what appears to be a groove.
"Marvel needs to do something about this," the hilarious clip was captioned.
The clip soon received over 90k views and many hilarious comments from local Twitter users who seemed to have developed a hankering for clips of locals Spiderman costume-wearing people doing ridiculous dance moves.
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