Man learns hard way not to pee on live wires, Mzansi surprised

Man learns hard way not to pee on live wires, Mzansi surprised

- A man learned to look before you leap, except he wasn't leaping he was doing something else entirely

- He was caught on camera urinating on a live electrical wire with shocking results

- Social media users were stunned and had more questions than answers about the "shocking" video

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Ever heard of the expression, look before you leap, well you should also look before you pee. This guy found out the hard way why you should be more careful where you relieve yourself.

Yusuf Abramjee uploaded a video of a guy relieving himself on a live wire which results in a rude awakening for the man.

He is seen stumbling into the camera frame with a drink in hand, he decided to use what looks like a lamp post or a power line pole to urinate.

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What happens next is quite shocking:

Social media users were quick to react to the post:

Yusuf Abrahamjee is known for his controversial social media posts. Photo credit: Facebook/@YAbramjee

Yusuf Abrahamjee is well known for uploading strange and controversial videos. Photo credit: Facebook/@YAbramjee
Source: Facebook

In other news, a 42-year-old Limpopo police constable evidently thought he would cash in on the flourishing black market trading in illegal cigarettes.

The cop and an accomplice were placed under arrest after being caught in possession of R100 000 in illicit cigarettes.

Commenting on this embarrassing situation, police spokesperson Brigadier Motlafela Mojapelo explained that the constable and his 25-year-old partner in crime had been arrested over the weekend next to the R81 in Mooketsi.

The spokesperson revealed that the pair had been busted after crashing into a fence. When police arrived on the scene it was discovered that the pair had 933 cartons of illegal smokes in the vehicle.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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