Funny video shows lady paying R1 000 for toilet paper and sanitiser

Funny video shows lady paying R1 000 for toilet paper and sanitiser

- A hilarious video has surfaced online poking fun at the circumstances around the world amid the coronavirus outbreak

- The clip shows a woman approaching a sketchy-looking man on the street before handing him R1 000

- He then gives her a little bottle of hand sanitiser and one roll of toilet paper

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On Thursday, a social media user, Siyanda, shared a hilarious video on Twitter. The clip pokes fun at the world-wide craze over hand sanitiser and toilet paper following the coronavirus outbreak.

The footage shows a woman driving up to a suspicious-looking man wearing a hoodie. She stops next to him and he cautiously approached the vehicle.

He is heard asking the woman for the password, which is hilariously: "Blue Bulls suck" before waiting for her to give R1 000.

The man then takes out a small bottle of hand sanitiser and a single toilet paper roll before telling her to speed away.

Take a look at the video below:

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The clip gathered over 26 700 views and South Africans could not contain their laughter.

Previously, Briefly.co.za reported Nando's used some humour about the coronavirus to poke fun at their rivals, KFC.

The fiery fast-food restaurant told Mzansi to wash their hands because "It turns out finger licking isn't good."

While many people are seeing the humour in the pandemic, the situation is proving to be serious. Earlier, Health Minister Zweli Mkhize said he believes the number of coronavirus cases will rise above 200 on Friday.

This comes after the minister revealed he estimates around 60% to 70% of South Africans will contract the virus.

Mkhize predicts that 20% of these cases will be serious cases, with the minister laying out his predictions while speaking to doctors in Pretoria.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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