Mzansi can't deal with video of patients dancing in hospital ward

Mzansi can't deal with video of patients dancing in hospital ward

- A video clip showing patients dancing in a hospital ward has gone viral and peeps are digging it

- Two patients busted a move while wearing face masks

- One of the men had his arm in a sling and the other one needed a walker to assist him

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A hilarious video was shared on Twitter on Thursday, showing two patients busting a move in the hospital.

One of the men had his arm in a sling and the other was using a walker to get around. Although both patients, who were seen wearing face masks, had injuries it did not stop them from enjoying themselves.

The post was shared by social media user @BlackLwendo, who did not reveal when or where the clip was filmed.

Mzansi can't deal with video of patients dancing in hospital ward

Photo credit: @BlackLwendo/Twitter.
Source: Twitter

Take a look at the video below:

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South Africans were in stitches over the video footage and they gave their two cents' worth in the comment section.

Twitter user, @ms_tourist, commented:

"I thought I had seen it all."

Another tweep, @PRmudau23, added:

"Corona got nothing on iPiano."

Social media user, @Jer1dah, wrote:

"As long as they aren't breaking any law, I support this. This is innocent fun."

@siya_gumbi said:

"I'd love to be isolated with them."

Briefly.co.za reported previously Twitter user Snazo Gulwa (@Snazo_Gulwa) caused a stir when he shared a video involving a high school learner who tested positive for the coronavirus.

Gulwa explained that the learner attends Makaula Senior Secondary School in kwaBhaca and he was seen riding an over bed trolley while in isolation at the hospital facility.

However, the video did not generate a negative reaction with tweeps empathising with the boy and defending his actions.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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