- A local man has taken to Twitter to share a picture of a stop sign on the road that was painted upside down and on the wrong side of the road
- The hilarious post left tweeps both laughing and disappointed
- Many of them questioned who was at the receiving end of the tender to get the flopped job done
Twitter users were scratching their heads in frustration and disappointment recently. Their annoyance came after a Twitter user shared some photos of a stop notice that was not only upside down but also on the wrong side of the road.
@LuuTeeMoiloa had tweeps talking and sharing their thoughts with his post that was captioned: "I'm not happy with my kasi... banna tlhabane," he wrote. The tweet was also accompanied by crying face and broken heart emojis.
Twitter users - who are clearly not new to botched jobs from tender companies who seem to only care about getting the cash for the job but not actually getting the job done timeously and correctly - also shared their thoughts on the botched street sign.
"Dude, these people are embarrassing us, stru."
"Yazini I have been looking at this but I just don't understand how it's all possible, what happened?"
10Damzo hilariously took a jab at Polo drivers:
"Already confusing Polo drivers, wait until its time for Las Vegas tonight."
"Just one job and they did this."
In other viral Briefly.co.za news, a series of street signs and accessories for street lights instructing people to call their moms to be kind, and flashing little hearts, is having a major impact in the city.
An anonymous South African broke through the white noise of the street signs in the city with a series of street pole adverts which have popped up all over, according to goodthingsguy.com.
The messages have inspired people such as Sara Elizabeth Loots, who took to Facebook to share the love.
“Whoever put these up… YOU ARE EXACTLY WHAT MAKES THIS COUNTRY GREAT. This is why I love this city so damn much. If you were looking for a sign, this is it! Seen on Barry Hertzog.”
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