- Mzansi folk have been left sharing jokes left, right, and center after a clip of a soldier lifting a grown man over a gate was shared online
- In the clip, the soldier jumps over a fence and then swiftly lifts the man and hands him over to the soldiers standing on the other side
- Since the clip was shared, many jokes have been surfaced about both the suspect and the soldier online
There's never a dull moment in South African Twitter streets. The latest buzz is happening around a quite hilarious clip that shows a South African soldier jumping quickly over a high fence and then swiftly throwing him to a few other soldiers waiting on the other side.
In the clip that was shared by Mzansi Twitter influencer, @kulanicool, a soldier is seen saying something to a man, presumably a person suspected of breaking a law, not long thereafter, the soldier jumps over and as if the man weighs little to nothing, lifts him up over the fence.
"But they did him dirty hey," Kulani captioned the funny clip.
As they do, locals were soon in the comment section making jokes and sharing their thoughts. Read a few of their comments below.
"Nice and simple."
"How can they lift up someone's pillar of strength like that mara."
"U my one and only womuntu loe ubaby daddy womuntu! You'd swear he was picking up a 12.5kg of Inyala Maize Meal."
"Ay no, that was way too easy. The guy didn't even run or fight. Nothing."
In other questionable Briefly.co.za news, a local man recently shared a heartwarming Twitter post about moving into his beautiful new home - only, it was not his home. The man with the Twitter handle @Shonny_RSA shared pics of the stunning apartment which he captioned: "Just moved into my new home."
"Just moved into my new home."
Not very long thereafter, Twitter investigators had caught him out in the lie, sharing pictures of the place that was actually a lovely guesthouse in Polokwane that he was sadly trying to pass off as his "new home."
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