- A man took to Twitter on Monday to posts snaps of unique cakes sold in Mzansi
- The different flavoured baked goods had "Covid-19" written on them in icing sugar
- Some wanted to know why someone would consider buying and eating a 'Covid-19' cake
A social media user, @kjnr_khumalo, took to Twitter to share photos of cakes sold at a local shopping centre.
The images show three cakes - in chocolate, strawberry and caramel flavours - with "Covid-19" written on them.
He captioned the post with a couple of laughing emojis and it had South Africans shocked.
Take a look at the post below:
Social media users were stunned by the photos and many wanted to know who would buy and eat the Covid-19 cakes. Some even reacted with hilarious memes.
Twitter user, @SitholeNaomi, commented:
"Why would I want to eat a Covid-19 cake? Mara @Shoprite_SA, maybe I am not open minded enough? Care to explain the logic behind such cakes?"
Another tweep, @kjnr_khumalo, added:
"Eat the one that has written 'Stay at home'."
Social media user, @Koncussion, wrote:
"Covid-19 awareness promoted."
Previously, Briefly.co.za reported on another post that had South Africans freaking out. A social media user had South Africans in disbelief following his post. He revealed a small pack of lamb that attracted an exorbitant price.
Some were convinced that it was an innocent error, but others were quick to respond with comical punchlines.
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