- A video showing a man casually passing a group of cyclists, who seem serious about the sport, has gone viral
- The cyclists had matching clothes on when a man in a blue T-shirt, black helmet and backpack casually passed by them on his own bicycle
- The video was uploaded to Twitter by @ThusoMpuangOLY yesterday and has since gone viral on the app
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A video showing a man casually overtaking a group of cyclists has gone viral on social media. The video starts with the group of cyclists dressed in their green and black T-shirts with black helmets cycling on a road.
Before you know it, a man in a blue shirt with a white helmet quickly comes up behind them. The man then veers to the right of the group and overtakes them. The video seems to have been filmed by a passenger in a car travelling behind them.
The video was uploaded to Twitter by @ThusoMpuangOLY yesterday and has over 40 000 views on the app. The 16-second clip has also garnered hundreds of replies from Mzansi tweeps who found the incident hilarious.
Take a look at the full video below:
Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the replies under the video:
"Lmao in jeans and a backpack."
"He is killing that hill with that bike. It's about fitness, not the bike."
In other viral video news Briefly.co.za, recently reported on a local man was caught on camera arguing about not wanting to calculate taxi fare. This brave Mzansi man took the front seat - and refused to count. In a clip uploaded by @Chris_Plaatjie to Twitter, the man can be seen absolutely refusing to be the front-seat calculator.
He can be seen causing a whole scene in the taxi, questioning why he should be forced to count for the driver. While himself and the driver have a hilarious face-off, the other passengers laugh out loud at the predicament they found themselves in.
Other passengers, however, complained that their time was being wasted, telling the unidentified young man to simply get out, a request which the man refused. He then threatened to beat the driver up for trying to intervene.
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