- A picture of a man trying to pass his underwear off as a face mask has left South Africans confused
- The picture was shared to Twitter by popular parody account @AdvoBarryRoux recently
- While some tweeps thought it was a very innovative idea others found the incident to be quite funny
This year has had a lot of "now I've seen everything" moments. One of which was shared to Twitter by popular parody account, @AdvoBarryRoux. The account shared an image of a man wearing his underwear as a face mask.
According to the tweet, the unknown man was arguing at the receptionist desk at a Virgin Active gym. The man claimed that the underwear he had wrapped around his face was actually a mask.
South African tweeps took to @AdvoBarryRoux's replies section to share their thoughts on the weird incident. While many found the man's unique use of his underwear to be innovative others thought it was just a waste of the staffs' time.
Take a look at the original tweet below:
Here's what some tweeps had to say:
"Now imagine how his breath smells. His underwear looks like it has sweat stains from gym yoh. I don't even exercise but I know how it can smell after a hot day."
"If it's a mask then he should wear it everywhere else as well."
@Martin_junior1 quote tweeted with the caption:
"Not long before Mzansi will make this a #challenge."
In other weird viral news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a video of a man dancing while balancing a cinder block in his mouth. The video of the man and his heavy partner was shared to Facebook by SA House Music Downloads recently and has already gained over 63 000 views.
Saffa Facebook users were left a bit shocked and highly confused by the unique dance. The man in the video is definitely living his extra life with his block. His immaculate vibes and odd dance partner make for a very enjoyable video.
Bianca Felecia Van Niekerk commented on the video saying:
"A whole cinder block. Imagine not being South African."
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