- Romanian fighters have joined in on the JerusalemaChallenge bandwagon
- In a video posted by Iuliana Van Heerden, the group can be seen all dressed up in their uniforms delivering their best moves
- The group of servicemen received loads of praise from impressed viewers
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Another day, another JerusalemaChallenge. Today it's a crew of firefighters all the way from Romania. Facebook user and I'mStaying member, Iuliana Van Heerden, took to the group to share the clip of the firefighters doing their thing.
The post which was captioned:
"Firefighters have talent! #Jerusalema #Challenge has been transformed into an energetic workout
Was first shared into a Romanian Facebook group, but it soon made its way to SA group, I'mStaying to show proud South Africans how far Master KG's hit song and dance challenge has managed to travel.
You can watch the clip here.
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Here are some of the comments below the post by impressed Facebook users.
Sandra Reynolds said:
"Wow! Great teamwork and moves."
Martha Goodger commented:
While Tracy Burton Louw had this to say:
"Love it!!! Uniting the World."
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Briefly.co.za also reported that, In South Africa, not everyone can afford their own cars, and sadly, there are those who can't even pay taxi or bus fare.
This often results in people getting creative to get from point A to B. In Mzansi, we've seen people using trolleys and wheelchairs on high ways and now another man found a way to travel. The guy was filmed holding onto the back of a cash van. The video was shared on Facebook on Wednesday by social media user Boost Justice Mokoena.
The clip quickly gathered over 11 000 views and it left South Africans both stunned and amused. One social media user had this to say:
""Haibo. Is this guy for real? That looks like like a 'money truck'. If it is, this guy is brave. How long was he behind the vehicle?"
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