Mzansi hilariously reacts to Boks' tour bus breaking down: "Proudly SA"

Mzansi hilariously reacts to Boks' tour bus breaking down: "Proudly SA"

On Monday, the Springboks' champions tour bus broke down and a short video of the boys in green left stranded in Cape Town surfaced online. Mzansi was left in stitches over the incident and flooded Twitter with comments.

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While on route to the Langa township as part of their trophy tour, the Springboks' bus broke down on the N2.

According to IOL, the Boks were left stranded momentarily before they were moved to a City of Cape Town bus.

Social media user Athi Mtongana posted a short clip of the Springboks' bus parked on the side of the road and it sparked quite the reaction.

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Briefly.co.za took a look at five hilarious reactions the post gathered:

1. Angry bus ancestors

A social media user, @Sabe15496425, wrote that the bus ancestors were fuming over the "fake unity".

2. Give the bus a break

Mokibelo Manyathela, who goes by the Twitter handle @MackManyathela, said it makes sense that the bus broke since it has been carrying "heavyweights".

3. Fingers crossed that the People's Bae doesn't see it

Mbuyiseni Ndlozi has been very vocal about his opposition to the Springboks' victory, calling it fake unity. The EFF national spokesperson caused quite the stir when he only congratulated Siya Kolisi and told the rest of the team to get their congrats from Prince Harry.

So, when the bus broke down, Mzansi was hoping Ndlozi did not see the news.

4. Let the Boks scrum the bus to a petrol station

A tweep, @LawSh_MM, hilariously challenged the "huge" Springboks to push the bus to the nearest garage.

5. Wait, they're still touring?

One social media user was just stunned to find out that the Boks were still busy touring. The poor men probably need some rest.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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