Mzansi in stitches as reporter shares crazy advice on visibility

Mzansi in stitches as reporter shares crazy advice on visibility

- A weather reporter became the butt of jokes as South Africans mocked the advice on offer

- A short video of his weather report shows him sharing some very strange advice to motorists

- Social media users took a liking to the post as its already been viewed 28 000 times since Saturday

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A weather reporter was recently roasted via social media when footage of a botched weather report went viral.

The televised report showed the young reporter warning South Africans about some treacherous weather conditions.

He concludes by urging motorists to stay visible at all costs – even by keeping their reverse lights on while driving.

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The video was shared via Facebook by South Africa Live.

Bemused social media users watched on in disbelief as the footage has been viewed over 28 000 times since Saturday.

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Meshall Antoinette Bliajă said, “This is a serious warning people☝better take heed. Good luck moving forward with brake and reverse lights on.”
Thabani Mkhwanazi commented, “He FAILED his K53.”

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Brian Irlam added: “A nice guy pleasant voice and da all but he is lacking in intelligence and professionalism. But that is the SABC.”
George Vernon said, “Another BEE 30 % in a job above his capabilities.”
Louis Malema added, “Since weed is legal....we hear things hey.”

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