Man's timepiece gets dragged online: 'The watch is on life support'

Man's timepiece gets dragged online: 'The watch is on life support'

- A man got more than he bargained for when he shared a picture of his iPhone on social media

- He got roasted for wearing an old watch

- Some social media users recommended he buy a new watch instead

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A man took to social media to share the good news about buying a new phone. Unfortunately sharp-eyed social media users spotted much more than he anticipated.

Twitter user Cymbalux shared a snap holding his new iPhone. He shared his picture with the excited caption:

"Just bought a new iPhone"

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Little did he know that the ever-alert Mzansi social media users would spot his wrist watch and make that the centre of attention. His watch straps were old and worn out making the watch a prime target for the mob. Many suggested that he should have bought a new watch instead of an expensive phone. Twitter user Logan_amadu said:

"Congratulations. When are you buying a new watch?"

Zvobgoluckson1 said:

"Pause a bit, lets talk about the watch"

Fanny_miz said:

"Should have bought a watch first"

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While Josephkwaghhua said:

"The watch is on life support tho"

Meanwhile previously reported on controversial businessman Moruti Gucci who was once again trending on social media after a video was shared showing him flaunting his money. In the footage, the 39-year-old was seen clad in full Gucci attire and 'washing' his car with a bottle of the expensive Veuve Clicquot champagne. His real name is Ephraim Ramashu from Limpopo and he has admitted that the love of designer labels runs deep in his veins.

Social media users were not impressed by the video, with some accusing him of wearing replica labels.

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