- South Africans are amazed as they react to a photo of a road marking that went wrong and many people argue that it’s just lazy work
- The social media account holder, @Lindz_Malindz has posted a photo on Twitter that shows some serious laziness on the part of the workers
- Some people believe the road painter or worker’s job description was not to remove any dirt on the road but to just paint the lines on it
Social media users are amazed as they look at a photo of road marks that went wrong. The social media account holder is not happy with how one of the streets is marked.
The photo shows a road marking or a barrier line that was not properly painted and many social media users feel the workers were just lazy. Although it remains unclear where the road is located, the post by @Lindz_Malindz has attracted so many reactions.
The post reads:
“After getting 2 million tender.”
“In business, we don't do favours, we what we get paid for and you must always stick on BOQ.”
“My sister would totally do this hahaha.”
“It was part of the job to remove things we were told to paint those white lines and he did hahaha.”
@Sthabi Mpash said:
“When you know and stick to your job description.”
“Everyone must do what they are paid for.”
“That a country that respects nature....”
“Not in the job description.”
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In a related funny post, Briefly News reported that a video of a group of dancers entertaining a crowd is going viral online. The guys are seen leaving the stage to dance in front of a man sitting at a table calmly being entertained.
However, their stunts reach a stage where he can't take it any more as the dancers are seen hitting him with props as they continue with their moves.
Another dancer emerges from the stage and approaches the guy again but this time he's not having it - he charges the entertainer and immediately gets set upon by a group.
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Source: Briefly News