Man shows off serpentine movements at groove, Mzansi in stitches

Man shows off serpentine movements at groove, Mzansi in stitches

- A video of a man showing off his silky smooth dance moves at a groove has gone viral on social media

- The video was shared by popular Twitter user Daniel Marven, who likened the man's moves to those of a snake

- Tweeps found the unique moves quite funny and shared their thoughts in the replies section under the video

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In yet another weird dance video, a man can be seen demonstrating snake-like movements at a groove. A video of the peculiar dance was shared to Twitter by popular tweep Daniel Marven recently and has already gained over 11 000 views.

At the beginning of the video, the man is seated. Somehow, the music gets into his bones and the dance moves take over. He stands up, making sure that every move is silky smooth. Most of his moves involve his arms and shoulders.

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While there are many others visible at the groove, the unknown man definitely steals the spotlight. Marven likened the man's dance moves to those of a snake.

man dances like snake at groove

This man showed off his silky smooth dance moves at a groove. Source: @danielmarven / Twitter
Source: Twitter

Take a look at the rather odd video below:

Here are some of there responses from South African tweeps:

@4Sharon5 said:

"Reminds me when I only know the chorus of the song I like."

@clara_ckholoane tweeted:

"Snake man ntonton."

In similar news, recently reported on a man dancing with a cinder block. 2020 has been a year of weird and funky dance challenges in South Africa, from Jerusalema to John Vuli Gate and the disgusting face challenge.

Now a video has emerged of a local man dancing while balancing a large brick in his mouth. The video was shared to Facebook by SA House Music Downloads recently and has already gained over 63 000 views.

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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.

Lindiwe Lee wrote in response to the video:

"But why is everyone minding their business tho? It's like they can't see him."

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