- A video has gone viral on social media showing a chicken getting stolen moments after escaping from a truck
- The clip gathered over 5.5 million views in just a couple of days and it even got a reaction from Nando's SA
- The fast food restaurant's witty Twitter page's comment had South Africans laughing out loud
A video has been posted online showing a man taking an opportunity when one presented itself. The footage, which was shared on Twitter by social media user @staceynduta, shows a chicken jumping off an truck while it was stuck in traffic.
A man, who witnessed the chicken's escape, decided to act. However, instead of alerting the truck driver, the guy quickly nabbed the chicken and put it in the car he had been driving in.
The video gathered over 5.5 million views in just over two days and the internet found it hilarious. Even Nando's SA decided to react to the clip.
"Di passenger nthuseng!", which translated means: "passengers please help."
Take a look at the post below:
South Africans found Nando's post hilarious and gave their two cents' worth in the comment section.
Twitter user, @Cellular_ZA, commented:
"That guy is a serious hustler straight... He has hustled tonight's dinner perfectly. Lucky man!"
Another tweep, @IAM_THEO1, said:
"If I bring my own chicken le kase n'shape ka half price? Also asking for that guy."
Social media user, @VincentMailola, wrote:
"The chicken was kidnapped in brought daylight."
Nando's is known for its hilarious posts on social media. Briefly.co.za previously reported the asters of peri-peri chicken, Nando's, are quickly gaining a cult following on social media for their team's fantastic sense of humour.
Nando's came across a TikTok video that recently went viral. It features a couple who partake in a challenge which involves dipping each other's faces into loads of flour.
Spotting the chance to refer to their legendary Portuguese rolls again, the fast-food joint shared a comical response to the tweet:
"We have rolls that need that flour mara bo #LoveLivesHere is playing games with our ingredients."
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