- A video of an elderly woman firing a gun into the air has made its way onto social media
- The video was uploaded to Twitter by @AdvoBarryRoux recently and is a mere 19 seconds long
- Saffa tweeps are not at all impressed by the clip and have asked @AdvoBarryRoux why the account would post such a video
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Just when you thought you've seen everything, a video of an elderly woman discharging a firearm into the sky emerges. The video was uploaded to Twitter by popular parody account, @AdvoBarryRoux.
In the video, the lady can be seen pointing the firearm towards the sky and firing. The lady walks down an embankment while firing the gun at random intervals. All while the person videoing the incident laughs hysterically.
The 19-second clip has raised a lot of concerns with Saffa tweeps, many of whom found the video to have no substance. Others couldn't understand why someone would record an incident like that, let alone share it online.
The video has gained almost 15 000 views on Twitter. The majority of tweeps who responded to the video found it silly. Take a look at the incident below:
Here are some of the reactions from unimpressed South African tweeps:
"Aybo what kind of f*****y is this now?"
"And why is someone cackling like a hyena? What is so amusing about this debacle?"
In other news about weird viral videos, Briefly.co.za recently reported on another takeaway being stolen at a drive-through window. Yet another video has emerged of customer's takeaways being stolen at a drive-through window, this time it's in SA.
The video was uploaded to Twitter by @dududube and is a mere 13 seconds long. It was uploaded yesterday and has already gathered over 70 000 views on the social networking site. Some Saffa tweeps are in utter disbelief at the act while others found it to be absolutely hilarious.
It is currently unclear whether or not the customer's meal was replaced or what actions were taken. Some tweeps have been questioning the legitimacy of the video as the phone camera was already recording before anything happened.
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