Man shows off his talent but all people see are his bizarre shoes

Man shows off his talent but all people see are his bizarre shoes

- A picture of a man working on his miniature truck has gone viral but for all the wrong reasons

- In the picture, the man can be seen wearing a pair of very outlandish shoes

- Mzansi was left full of laughter after the post was shared by parody Twitter account, AdvoBarryRoux

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A post of a man wearing the craziest-looking pair of shoes has gone viral after it was posted on Twitter. In the picture, the man can be seen working on a pretty impressive miniature version of a truck.

While the truck was exceptionally made, unfortunately people took no notice of it as the bizarre shoes stole the limelight.

In the post, parody account owner, @AdvoBarryRoux challenges his followers to pay attention only to the truck, but judging by the 359 comments, tweeps were failing miserably. Instead they made all sorts of comments about the eccentric shoes while laughing their butts off. View the tweet below.

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@Lethu_Jali said:

"I'll pretend as if I did not see those shoes."

@Tbotouch123 hilariously commented:

"I see one big truck and 2 other trucks, which one to focus on?"

While, @WESSI97436984, asked:

"Nah, I can't overlook those shoes... Am I right to call them shoes?"
Man shows off his talent but all people see are his bizarre shoes

The man working on his truck wearing bizarre shoes. Source: Twitter/@AdvoBarryRoux
Source: Twitter

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In other news, a local man has taken to Twitter to share stunning pictures of himself officiating a same-sex wedding. @Khayamhleli shared the pictures along with a beautiful and inspirational message about pride.

"A year ago today I officiated the Wits queer wedding. We are here free to be who we are. To love who we choose. Happy pride always," he wrote.

The wonderful images received 2 000 likes and over 300 comments from tweeps who thought both the pictures - and the message that came with it - were beautiful.

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