Lockdown: Woman shows off booze stored in garage in viral video

Lockdown: Woman shows off booze stored in garage in viral video

- A video has gone viral on Mzansi social media showing a woman bragging about the booze in their garage

- The footage shows a garage stocked with enough alcohol to supply a bottle store

- However, an update revealed it's the home of a tavern owner who is keeping his stock safe during the lockdown

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On Sunday, Yusuf Abramjee posted a video on Twitter showing a woman flexing over how much alcohol they have in their garage.

The footage follows a woman walking into a garage which is stacked with different kids of booze. The video went viral, gathering over 101 800 views since it was posted online.

"#LockdownSA Eish... Alcohol."

Take a look at the video below:

Abramjee added in an update that the footage was allegedly filmed at the home of a tavern owner who had taken his stock home for safe-keeping during the national lockdown.

He captioned the post:

While the video made sense to many after Abramjee's update others still found it unnecessary for the lady to flex online.

Twitter user, @maggsnaidu, commented:

"But the display was totally unnecessary and provocative."

Jimmy Ramokgopa, who goes by the Twitter handle @JimmyRamokgopa, added:

"Nothing wrong with that. Smart move."

Another tweep, @AndriesShai, said:

"But the girl ended up inviting unnecessary attention to her home. Is not safe."

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While some have tavern's worth of alcohol stocked in their garages, others are taking more drastic steps to get their hands on some booze.

Briefly.co.za previously reported people have turned to crime in order to get alcohol. Video footage went viral showing locals looting a bottle store in broad daylight.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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