- A video of a lady stuffing food into a plastic packet before hiding it into her shirt is making waves on social media
- The video was uploaded by Daniel Marven on Twitter as he posed a question of whether or not women eat before going to parties
- Marven's video has been viewed over 7 000 times since its upload last night and Saffa tweeps are defending the lady
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A lady is being defended on Twitter after a video of her stuffing food into her shirt was uploaded to the social networking site. The video was uploaded by popular Twitter user, Daniel Marven, last night.
In the video, the lady can be seen placing food into a clear plastic packet. Once the packet is filled to her desire, she stuffs it into her shirt. The 18-second clip has left South African tweeps confused and in stitches.
Marven captioned the video: "Don't this gender eat first before going to the groove." The video has already gained over 7 000 views so far.
Take a look at the peculiar video below:
Here are some reactions from Saffa tweeps:
"Maybe she is saving up for those she left at home who are hungry. I'll never know hey."
"If you look deep into this. You might be surprised how things at home are. A mother who cares about her kids will do anything. She might be hiding that meat for her baby at home."
"The struggle is real bro."
In other news about weird videos that went viral, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a video of elderly lady discharging a firearm. 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 the 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.
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