- A traffic warden inspired social media users with his passion for his job
- The officer showed an amazing attitude while directing traffic and he even worked in a couple of dance moves
- South Africans said his passion for his work has managed to brighten the day of motorists who passed him as well as Facebook users
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Marc Anthony said if you do what you love, you'll never work a day in your life - and that could not be truer for one traffic officer.
The cop was filmed directing cars with a lot of enthusiasm. On Thursday, Suzette Ludeke filmed Traffic Warden Menzi doing his job with a couple of dance moves in between.
She captioned the post:
"Traffic Warden Menzi has such a passion for his work, I respect him so much. Salute my colleague for a job well done."
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The video quickly received over 127 000 views and South Africans loved the traffic officer's amazing attitude.
Wendy Du Buisson Mathie commented:
"Well done, we need more of this kind of spirit, may God bless him and keep him and all of you in Law enforcement safe."
Hannie de Wit said:
"Would turn around a few times to see the show again. He is making people's day!"
James T. Burness added:
"He is awesome. Huge congrats to him, he makes a terrible day great."
Take a look at the video below:
Meanwhile, in other news, Briefly.co.za reported earlier Siya Kolisi and his wife, Rachel, once again showed why they are one of Mzansi's favourite couples. This week, the Springboks captain and Rachel's son, Nicholas, turned six years old and the couple celebrated the special day with their family.
Kolisi took to his Instagram account to post a sweet video of himself and Rachel dancing during the night out. In the clip, Kolisi and Rachel can be seen showing off their moves as they slow danced.
He captioned the post:
"Nic’s party was so lit! Mama @rachel_kolisi and Dada got it going on, guys please help us! Ayikho le kutricky."
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