SA in stitches as dad catches kids stealing chips: “Those 2 rascals”

SA in stitches as dad catches kids stealing chips: “Those 2 rascals”

- A hilarious video had social media users in stitches

- Two children quietly entered the kitchen in an attempt to steal luxuries from one of the cupboards

- Unfortunately, their father caught them in the act and it made for funny viewing

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A video clip recently went viral and it made South Africans reminisce on their childhood days.

Two boys got their hands caught in the cookie jar, as they attempted to steal some luxuries at home.

With schools closed due to the nationwide lockdown, parents are needing to keep a watchful eye over their kids.

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The two kids teamed up magnificently to reach the chips at the top shelf and came so close to pulling it off.

Suddenly, they heard the loud sound of their dad's voice, as they were caught in the act.

The boys couldn't hide the guilt on their faces, but their father was kind enough to allow them to explain before dishing out the appropriate punishment.

Christo (@ChristoThurston) shared the comical video via Twitter and tweeps had a field day, based on the reactions.

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Dawg (@tebza_wa_moisa) said,

"Those 2 rascals, Momo & Kgosi, are very naughty. You guys should check the Family 's Facebook page."

Spring mommy (@Katlego_Sathy) added,

"Just reminded me of my childhood..... My late sister and I were the best team."

Razo (@hloni_motsiri) responded,

"Boys will always be boys."

Briefly.co.za previously reported that the Masaka Kids Africana participated in the Toosie Slide challenge by rapper Drake.

Since taking part, the Ugandan orphans have received a shout-out from Drake and their video has reached a million views.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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