Mzansi comforts man who accidentally bought R1 000 airtime

Mzansi comforts man who accidentally bought R1 000 airtime

- A man has shared that he accidentally bought airtime worth R1 000

- He shared a screenshot of the transaction

- Mzansi social media users sympathised with him

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A man has taken to social media to share his heartbreak after buying R1 000 worth of airtime by mistake. He shared a screenshot showing the payment confirmation.

There's nothing as frustrating as accidentally spending money. This can be through finding out something costs more when you get to till to pay or what recently happened to Twitter user ChabaneVJ. He shared that he accidentally bought airtime worth R1 000.

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"Damnit, You can't imagine the pain I'm feeling now... Painful mistake."

Social media users felt his pain, one Twitter user mbatha194, advised him to sell the airtime.

LuyandaMemani said:

"Sorry bro I know this very well it happened to me recently trying to purchase R100."

Chavos_blex said:

"I have created a separate account for airtime and electricity to avoid such..."

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Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that controversial businessman Moruti Gucci was 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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Source: Briefly.co.za

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