Actress Mary Njoku shares hilarious moment at the Airport with fans

Actress Mary Njoku shares hilarious moment at the Airport with fans

- Nollywood actress, Mary Njoku, shared a very hilarious video of crabs running for their lives at the airport on social media recently

- The actress asked why African women loved to embarrass them whenever they travelled

- Nigerians took to the comment section to laugh at the funny occurrence

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Nollywood actress and entrepreneur, Mary Remmy Njoku, recently took to social media to share a video of live crabs making a run for it at the airport.

In the video which she shared on her official Instagram page, the live crabs who had obviously escaped from the container or bag they were kept in ran across the luggage area of the airport in a bid to escape.

Actress Mary Njoku shares hilarious moment at the airport (video)
Mary Remmy Njoku shares funny airport video Photo credit: @maryremmynjoku
Source: UGC

Airport officials were also sighted trying to get a hold of them as they scattered all around the space.

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Watch the video below:

Nigerians expressed their views about the video in the comment section.

Here's what some of them had to say:

Iamjesseking7:

"The sister wants to go make some nice seafood meals over there."

Omannadi:

"No be person check am in..... nawaohhhhhhh."

Iam_el_j:

"How was this person able to check-in live crabs, na wa ooh."

Angelsroomstylingg:

"But, who opened the bag?"

Annabellasfashionhouse:

"How did dey check this in in the first place?"

Rubysandersxoxo:

"And who told you this was Africa? This not even your video Mrs."

Meanwhile, it was earlier reported that Mary Remmy Njoku took to social media to address people who were used to expecting so much from celebrities because of their status.

This came after the recent happenings in Nigeria concerning the End SARS protests among other things and how youths wanted celebrities to speak up and also blamed them if anything went wrong.

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According to the film star, people needed to lower the expectations they had from celebrities because they were also regular human beings.

She continued by saying that famous people were not superhumans and stardom would not remove a person’s natural stupidity.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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