- A video of a man trying to break up a fight between two roosters has gone viral on social media
- The unknown man repeatedly reprimands the chickens while holding them, he then pushes them away
- As soon as the man loosens his grip the roosters attack each other while he continues to push them apart
A video of a local man breaking up a fight between two chickens has been shared to social media by Tumi Sole. The 30-second clip starts with the man holding the fowl on either side of him while talking to one.
He then turns his head to talk to the other chicken, seemingly reprimanding them. He pushes them apart and releases them from his grip. That's when all hell breaks loose. The chickens can't seem to stay away from each other.
They begin to charge at one another with the man still stuck in the middle. He becomes quite hysterical as he screams at them. The video has a visible break as he walks back in with the roosters who try their best to peck at each other.
Take a look at the video below:
Here are some of the responses to the peculiar video:
"So funny, you'd swear he's talking to a human."
"And the way they are stubborn."
"The best creativity... Someone needs to make an ad out of this..."
"This is definitely @ChickenLickenSA vs @NandosSA fighting for the Twitter streets."
In other chicken-related news, Briefly.co.za reported on Nando's hilarious reaction to a video of a chicken walking. This may not sound interesting, but the manner in which the chicken was walking caught the attention of many.
The chicken can be seen lifting its little legs quite high with each step it takes in the six-second clip. The original video was uploaded to Twitter by @AnimalsWorId with the caption: "I just feel everyone needs to see this," and has since gained 4.1 million views on the social networking site.
Nando's quote tweeted it, hilariously referencing the steps taken after the floors been mopped. Mzansi tweeps got to the replies section as soon as Nando's retweeted it and they definitely had some hilarious responses.
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