- A highly confusing sign posted in a gardening area showing that chickens are not allowed there has made it to Facebook
- Phuti Moloto shared the hilarious image to the #ImStaying group on the social networking site recently
- Many made hilarious chicken jokes while others didn't understand the purpose of the sign
A weird sign in a what seems to be a little farming area has Mzansi in stitches. The sign shows a drawing with a chicken on it. The chicken is circled and has a line through it with the letters "NB" written on the top right-hand corner.
The image was shared to the #ImStaying group by Phuti Moloto. Phuti captioned the hilarious image with: "You'll only find this in our beautiful South Africa, that's why #ImStaying."
Stayers have taken to the comments section to share their reactions. Many people made chicken jokes as they couldn't understand how the sign made sense. Many posed a question asking how a chicken could possibly know that they're not allowed in that specific area.
Briefly.co.za took to the comments section to see what some people had to stay.
Mthembu Meza Pumeza wrote:
"Good... Trespassers will be prosecuted."
AB Skermand said:
"Trespassers will be KFC'd."
Phisizwe Sinothile commented:
"Well the secret is out. Yes, we secretly teach our chickens to read."
Mateboho Pelo added:
"As if they can read the sign. That sign needs red colour to highlight and stress the fact that they are not welcomed maybe, or maybe the chicken kingdom will get the message loud and clear."
Maxine Kate shared:
"And the person responsible for making sure the rule is enforced must be a chicken tender."
In other weird and whacky news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a wheel that randomly dented a car. Twitter user Petty Chief (@Stan_Subru) shared a video of the peculiar accident to the social networking site.
The cameras at a petrol station recorded a random wheel rolling at speed into the station from the road. It does a loop around the only car at the pumps before rolling straight into the rear bumper, doing some serious damage.
The event has Mzansi scratching heads in confusion - so many questions but so few answers.
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