- A video of a motorist slithering on the ground in a snake-like manner has left Twitter users extremely puzzled
- The video, which was uploaded by @TboozeSA, received nearly 60 000 views from shocked tweeps
- Another video of what seems to be the same guy doing the exact same thing also surfaced on the post
Someone call animal control. A video of an unknown man has been making its rounds on social media for being downright weird. The short clip, which was uploaded by Twitter user @TboozeSA, shows a grown man slithering on the ground like a snake.
The man seemingly just got out of his BMW car, got on the ground, and started performing the unusual act while being recorded and watched by local metro officers who were on the scene. In the video, the man slithers up to the police vehicle and then continues to writhe underneath the car.
@TboozeSA in his caption of the post joked that it must be a BMW thing.
Meanwhile, another Twitter user, @Gogo_Langa, shared another video of what looks to be the same man from the first video doing the exact same inexplicably crazy, snakelike movements nearby a different BMW car.
The whole thing left tweeps with many unanswered questions which left many of them coming up with possible reasons for this outrageous behavior. Some of which include witchcraft.
"Amaboys and their demands, yoh people will do anything to be rich."
"Is this like a new challenge or something?"
While @Mbmukwevho joked:
"But did they call SPCA?"'
In other Briefly.co.za news, a man has taken to Twitter to share that his business is on the verge of being shut down after having no work for nearly six months. The company, which supplies equipment used at live events and music concerts, will be forced to let go of a number of employees, @Kagisomasimini explained in his tweet.
The entertainment industry could be one of the hardest-hit industries during the pandemic with hundreds of events being cancelled or postponed in the upcoming and last few months. The lockdown has had a devastating effect on the event organisers, bar companies, vendors, suppliers, DJs, artists, creatives, venues and security teams, among others.
@Kagisomasimini's pleas were seemingly heard by the police minister, who responded to his tweet by saying:
"I completely sympathise with you. We will soon announce the second phase of the relief fund."
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