- A hilarious video showing two men using a big portable fan to cool them down on the back of a bakkie has gone viral
- The video was shared to the #ImStaying group on Facebook by Tshepiso Tshwale recently
- South Africans loved the ingenuity shown by the two unknown men and commended them for thinking smart
South Africans know how to make do with what we have. We're a country full of MacGyvers and two local men proved just that with their ingenuity. In a video shared to Facebook, the men can be seen sitting at the back of a bakkie with a large portable fan blowing in their faces.
It is unclear where or how they managed to get it to work - it could be batteries though. The video was shared to the #ImStaying by Tshepiso Tshwale. He captioned the hilarious post:
"Yall please check this out... I cried."
Judging from the number plate on the vehicle, the video was taken in Limpopo. Stayers found it to be absolutely hilarious and shared their thoughts in the comments section.
Click here to watch the video. Briefly.co.za compiled a few of the top comments.
Lydia Moja wrote:
"Improvise... A wise man always makes a plan."
Tshepiso Califonia Mfolwe said:
"Limpopians always have Plan B."
Lvr Viora Black Queen commented:
"I don't blame them, it is hot in Limpopo."
In other "only in Mzansi" news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a video showing a man slamming a traffic cop for skipping a red light after getting pulled over. The guy argued back, saying that he ran the red light cause he saw that the traffic officer did the same.
He then refused to step out the vehicle or hand over his licence and said it’s not fair that the cop can run a red light but he can’t. At one point, the upset motorist tells the cop, “Just kill me then cause I’m not leaving this car."
A video of the incident was shared on Twitter by social media user @KeletsoMs, who captioned it:
"South Africa at it again... This video is so hilarious."
The video gathered over 60 700 views in just a couple of hours and South Africans found it hilarious. Twitter user, @RealDMK_SA, commented:
"At first I thought it was acting, you know two friends messing around but I realised noh maan, the acting was just too great, could only mean that it's real. Yes, hold them accountable Chief, write him a ticket too."
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