- A man was caught on video dancing in what may would dub an unusual place
- While admitted to hospital, the patient decided to show off his dance moves
- The video gathered thousands of views and social media users gave their two cents' worth
South Africans are undefeated. Just when you think you've seen it all, a video surfaced online showing a patient dancing in a hospital.
On Tuesday, Twitter parody account Man's Not Barry Roux shared a video on the social media platform.
The clip shows a man dancing while dressed in hospital clothes. According to the social media influencer, the video was filmed at the Qwa Qwa Manapo Hospital.
However, Man's Not Barry Roux did not reveal when the dancing patient was filmed.
Take a look at the video below:
The video gathered over 35 400 views and needless to say, South Africans had a lot to say about the footage.
Meshack Baloyi waka Salani, who goes by the Twitter handle @ImMESHB, commented:
"This one is fine now, he must just go home, we need that bed for Covid patients."
Bheki Mkhize, @Mavovo2019, added:
"Why is this guy in hospital? He looks well to me! He has the energy! He must be discharged."
Social media user, @mabhencane, wrote:
"I like that, he's exercising while enjoying himself, good spirit, mind, body will heal him fast."
Twitter user, @BrigdeMan, said:
"There is always gonna be that one patient in a ward who's a character."
Previously, Briefly.co.za reported 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.
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."
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