- A local nurse has given Mzansi serious feels after sharing a smoking hot pic of herself
- Taking to Twitter the young lady shared a picture of herself wearing her uniform while sitting in an office
- Soon Mzansians were in the comment section sharing their thoughts on the fire pic, many of them suddenly faking illness
Attractive nurses and doctors are known to have left people feeling ill and in sudden need of attention. A local nurse with the Twitter handle, @Nurse_Tiina has left Mzansi men both thirsty and suddenly sick after she shared a beautiful picture of herself at work.
The picture features the beautiful nurse posing seductively on a chair while wearing her nursing uniform and filling a syringe with a serious facial expression in what looks like an office setting at a clinic or hospital.
"At work," the attractive nurse captioned the picture.
Soon locals were in the comment section thirsting over the nurse. Read a few of their funny comments below.
"E be like say i dun catch malaria oo. I fit come for your abeg."
"I can even walk there. I'm gonna admit myself tonight."
"I feel sick guys... BUT I don't want to go to any hospital... I want to go to Mount Frere only.. (I need a driver to drive me from Gp to mount Frere ASAP)."
"Can I be your patient?"
In similar Briefly.co.za news, black South African women keep on winning. Another beautiful black woman has managed to achieve immense success. Taking to Twitter, SheilaVutivi shared that she had just taken her Pharmacist's oath.
Her highly motivational and inspirational post also included two pictures - one in her graduation gown and another of her wearing a skin-tight silk green dress - which her followers absolutely loved.
"Today I took the Pharmacist's OathIt is done!,' she excitedly captioned the Twitter post.
Impressed Saffas quickly headed to the comment section to both compliment her and share beautiful congratulatory messages. Read a few of their comments below.
@msobhasi said: "Just gonna come to your pharmacy and look for wrong pills while you are on a way to change them stoko."
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