Mzansi reacts to video showing laundry frozen on washing line

Mzansi reacts to video showing laundry frozen on washing line

- South Africa has experienced really cold in some regions as winter sets in

- A video has gone viral on Mzansi social media showing just how cold some places are

- The clip shows two men looking at laundry that was left overnight on a washing line, pointing out all the clothes are frozen stiff

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It has been a cold past couple of weeks in Mzansi. With the winter finally here, some parts of South Africa have experience severe drops in temperature.

One video surfaced online showing just how cold it has gotten. The clip, which was posted on South Africa Live's Facebook page, shows two men walking next to a washing line.

The clothes on the washing line was apparently left to dry overnight but instead it froze. At one point, one of the men was seen taking off a pair of jeans that was frozen stiff.

South Africans found the footage amusing and said it is a prime example of why you should never leave clothes outside overnight.

Others shared their experiences with the cold weather and expressed sympathy with people and animals on the streets.

Mzwandile Simondwana commented:

"Lol wait for July, people won't report for work."

Elfie Draper added:

"Also think about the poor dogs and cats sleeping outside."

Koketso Mehlape said:

"I feel concerned for those who are homeless."

Erika Human wrote:

"Never a good idea to leave washing on the line overnight in the winter."

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Take a look at the video below: previously reported that some parts of the country received snow even before the winter officially set in.

We took a look at some of the breathtaking footage that surfaced online showing snow covering the earth in a white blanket.

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Source: Briefly News

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