Man hilarious says "oom Cyril asked nicely" to guy violating lockdown

Man hilarious says "oom Cyril asked nicely" to guy violating lockdown

- A man was braaing in his backyard when he spotted a citizen violating the lockdown

- So, he took a megaphone out and told the man to go home because "Oom Cyril" asked nicely

- A video clip of the incident was shared online and it gathered over 92 600 views

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On Wednesday, a man, Ben Myres, posted a hilarious video on Twitter. The footage shows another man using a megaphone to reprimand a South African breaking the lockdown rules.

The man in the video is heard saying in Afrikaans:

"Kan die oom met die groen K-Way baadjie asseblief terug keer na sy plek van woning. Oom Cyril het mooi gevra dat ons by the huis bly."

In English, he was translated saying:

"Can the uncle with the green K-Way jacket please go back to his house. Uncle Cyril asked nicely that we stay at home."

Myres captioned the clip:

"Glad South Africans are doing their part to enforce the lockdown."

Take a look at the video below:

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The video gathered over 92 600 views in just a day and it had social media users laughing out loud.

"Oom Cyril" even started trending on Twitter shortly after the video was posted:

Social media users gave their two cents' worth on the video in the comment section.

Social media user, @OrangesSalt, commented:

"The president should change his handle to Oom Cyril."

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported earlier that a stunning student, Sonke Nkwane, was set to graduate with a BCom degree in Industrial Psychology when universities cancelled graduation ceremonies as a result of the coronavirus.

However, Nkwane did not let Covid-19 rob her of the special day and she hosted a graduation ceremony at her house.

"I told myself no corona formed against me shall prosper," she wrote online.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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