- A hilarious clip of a local mouse chasing a much bigger cat has South Africans laughing
- In the video, the adorable cat runs around in circles as the much smaller creature relentlessly pursues it
- Mzansi was left in stitches and took to the comments section to share their reactions
A video of one seriously funny cat-and-mouse game has South Africans rolling on the floor. It seems the tiny mouse had been hit with a surge of bravery as it scurries to chase the annoying and much bigger cat around the kitchen.
The cat is definitely intimated by the tiny creature as he runs away and cries in fear.
The irony of the situation was definitely not lost on social media users who could not believe their eyes.
Check out some of the silly comments below:
"Hahaha, this cat grew up in Bryanston."
"This is not the right cycle."
"Poor Garfield kanti why lingakhuzi uJerry."
"Climate Change things are changing it's 2021."
"This is not a rat witch crafters know what am talking about."
"Wait, isn't the cat supposed to chase the rat?"
Nerve-wracking video shows man trapping snakes with his bare hands
In more viral video news, Briefly News previously reported that a courageous man has social media buzzing after easily coaxing a group of snakes with his bare hands. In the viral video, the 'snake whisperer' can be seen catching the intimidating creatures and gently placing each one of them into a long white bag.
Facebook user Autoestima first posted the nail-biting clip. The social media user claims that the snakes being caught are in fact very lethal cobra snakes.
Many social media users were surprised by the gentleman's calm demeanour in the face of such danger. Others really hated the sight of not only the snakes but the little cockroaches crawling up the walls.
Check out some of the stunned reactions to the clip below:
Susan Patterson Wall said:
"My worse nightmare, snakes and roaches!!"
Edmund R. Garcia said:
"Good job, a mistake can cost your life. Wow, catching venomous snakes - cobras."
Ralph Pearce said:
"Snakes don't even eat the roaches... what good are they..."
Katherine-Roger Clapp said:
"Please use a real ‘snake catcher’, not your hands. They bite!"
Kenneth Cobb said:
"He must be bootlegged because he has to have gonads the size of pineapples."
Stephen Fleischer said:
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"Those who use snake charmers don't worry about getting bitten because they know they are covered spiritually."
Brian C Spinniken said:
"Cockroaches and cobras, wouldn't you love to live there..."
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Source: Briefly News