- A local emergency service worker recently shared a picture of himself in his uniform on Facebook
- In the post, he advised South Africans to celebrate the festive season safely as he would be working during this time
- As opposed to taking the advice, Mzansi ladies were swooning in the comment section, many of them complimenting the young man
A local Emergency service worker recently took to Facebook to share some advice with locals. In the post, he says that people should practice safety measures at all times during the festive season as he will be working.
Njabulo Buthelezi Alphios also shared a picture of himself looking handsome in his uniform while standing by the ambulance.
"For us there is no holidays, I’m proud to save South African lives this December. Stayers. Please take care and enjoy this festive season responsibly ❤️#Imstaying," he captioned the post.
Soon the post blew up, reaching over 16 000 likes. Many ladies also headed to the comment section to share romantic proposals with the handsome young man. Read a few of their funny comments below.
Sandile Promise said:
"Please come save me."
Nomfuneko Milly Mbuthuma said:
"Send the location I wanna get sick as in now now now."
Funeka Blose said:
"mmmmmmm what a wow u are so cute."
Nompumelelo Kubheka said:
"I don't mind being your second wife... Ngizobekezela Shenge."
Koketso Moeketsi said:
"Come and save my life pls I'm suffocatingI'm staying just bcos of u."
Sanele Nkosi hilariously commented:
"Reading comments as a guy, you begin to ask God why did he make you look like TANOS."
In similar Briefly.co.za news, 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.
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