Don't drink and dive: 'Drunk' man filmed jumping through window

Don't drink and dive: 'Drunk' man filmed jumping through window

- A man was filmed jumping through a window while his friends watched

- After checking that he was not seriously injured, he cheered for himself

- The video went viral and South Africans could hardly believe their eyes

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Excessive consumption of alcoholic beverages is never a good idea and one man found that out the hard way. A video surfaced on social media this week which showed a party-goer diving head first through a window.

After he jumped through the glass, leaving his friends baffled, the man checked his injuries before cheering himself on.

The video was widely-circulated on social media and has since gone viral. South Africa Live posted the video on its Facebook page, captioning the video:

"How to exit a house party in style!"

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South Africans were left divided over the footage - some felt the video was hilarious while others slammed the man's "stupid" behaviour.

Briefly.co.za decided to take a look at some of the comments the video gathered.

Mzikabawo Msolo commented: "There we go again the results of imbalanced mixture of coke and Klipdrift, make these Afrikaans boys do these things. Any Afrikaans Oom please help with the measurements."
Mahlatse Mashamaite wrote: "So far it's only Indians who are doing well psychologically. The rest..."
Yolandi Johnson added: "Best try ever scored and what a celebration."
Sizwe Erick Madlala said: "Results of watching too much rugby."
Tee-Boss Montana Mdlalose commented: "I need a white friend urgently."
Sipho King A Nhlapo said: "Drunk and diving."
Yoosuf-Ali Timol added: "That's me jumping into a relationship."

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Take a look at the video below:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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