- A young man has gone viral on Mzansi social media because of his creativity
- The man made himself a SBV guard uniform using nothing but cardboard boxes
- Social media users were in awe of how realistic he managed to make everything look, including the weapons
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South Africans have talent, fam. One unidentified young man wowed Mzansi with his ability to recreate a SBV guard uniform, and the guns, using cardboard boxes.
His talent was shared by Twitter parody account Man's Not Barry Roux on Tuesday and it quickly gathered thousands of reactions.
The parody account captioned the post:
"This young man is very creative. I saw him near Debonairs, the time I was walking I thought his the guard kante kema box."
Take a look at the post below:
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The photos started circulating online and they even got the attention of the cash service company.
According to another social media user, TC Mxokozeli, SBV is the young man's dream company. Social media user, @MolawaMj, shared a screenshot of the Facebook post and tagged SBV South Africa in the post.
SBV South Africa commented on the tweet:
"We are very impressed with this incredible talent - and he certainly knows quality in cash services companies. If you can get us his number, we would love to meet him."
South Africans were in we of the young man's talent and how realistic he made his designs look.
Twitter user, @lungas4jlo, commented:
"Thank you Twitter streets. A young man is now going to get a better life for his talent."
Briefly.co.za previously reported on another creative young man. A social media user, who was simply identified as Nzwobi H, shared an inspiring story with South Africans about a young man's creativity.
Nzwobi revealed the young man, who he did not name, designed and built his own car from scratch.
He posted several photos of the homemade car on Twitter, calling on Mzansi to help make the young man famous.
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