- A comical video went viral, as it epitomised what South Africans are faced with during the nationwide lockdown
- A young woman tried sneaking out of her home to have a night out, but was stopped dead in her tracks
- Many could relate to the woman's plight and everyone saw the funny side
A hilarious short video clip summed up the situation currently within Mzansi.
As a result of the 21-day lockdown announced by President Cyril Ramaphosa, many South Africans have been suffering from cabin fever.
Little Ngwana (@naledikhumalo) made light of the situation by sharing a hilarious video on Sunday.
Briefly.co.za noted the popularity of the post, as it attracted more than 2 000 likes.
In the video, Naledi can be seen sneaking out of her house while wearing a racy outfit.
Her caption indicates her intention was to visit the popualr Jozi-based establishment Moja Cafe.
However, sirens can then be heard in the background and the young lady is stopped dead in her tracks.
Based on the comments, many tweeps had a great laugh and appreciated the lighthearted moment.
#LockdownSA (@Mzansist) said,
"Those legs could cure Corona."
Ntokozo_maj (@TK_MAJ) added,
"The way you run back is my favourite part! So convincing."
Empe3ro3r GoOn (@Bhusang) responded,
"You're really taking this lockdown with stride."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Mams Mall management arranged queuing chairs, placed one-and-a-half meter apart, for their customers to sit on while they wait for their turn to go inside the shops.
The Mamelodi-based mall is using the approach to enforce the prescribed social distancing measures.
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