- A stunning and confident young lady shared images of herself at what seems to be a photoshoot to Twitter
- However, South Africans had tons of questions considering she was posing as a mechanic but used the tools incorrectly
- The young lady decided to pose with a wheel spanner while leaning over the engine of her car and boy did she have Mzansi in stitches
A woman posing with a wheel spanner while leaning over the engine of her car is being called out on Twitter. @__thickdidi shared four images of her supposedly 'working' on her engine but tweeps aren't very convinced.
While many brought up her sparkling clean acrylic nails others were concerned about her using a wheel spanner for the engine of the car. @__thickdidi captioned her images:
"Handy Mandy. Hey you (need) a girl like me."
Her tweet gained over 2 000 likes in less than a day but the trolling in the replies section is what caught most people's attention.
Take a look at her rather awkward post below:
These are just a few of the concerned responses in her replies section:
"Can never like a girl who acts dumb for clout and social media validation. This is embarrassingly funny."
"When you apply for a job and u know u don’t meet requirements."
"Are you sure you're a mechanic wena or you just tryna impress your crush?? But anyways I wanted to tell you that the wheel spanner is in the wrong place..."
@Wahaenne responded with:
"Even if she stood next to or lay under under the car... That would have been enough to get us to stan. Manje Aai... The wrong prop just had to ruin EVERYTHAAAAAAANG."
In other cringe-inducing news, Briefly.co.za previously reported on an odd news broadcast that left South Africans feeling uncomfortable. In the broadcast, the news anchor can be seen dressed professionally while reading the news. Before long, a person in a Halloween costume walks up.
The unknown person, clad in a mask and dressed in all black, pulls out what looks to be a fake knife. He walks around the news anchor raising the knife and then pushing it towards the anchor without doing much.
The news anchor is visibly uncomfortable and continuously moves out of the masked man's way. The video was shared to Twitter by @Afrika___N and even gained a reply from Mmusi Maimane.
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