- A clip of a group of friends playing a funny yet quite scary prank on their friend has been circulating online
- In the clip, the friends pretend to think their sleeping friend is dead and actually start burying him when he wakes up in shock trying to show them he is not dead
- Locals could not believe how far these friends took this prank, many of them shared their thoughts in the comment section
Imagine waking up from a long sleep to find your friends mourning around you while one of them uses a shovel to throw dirt on your body? A man involved in a scary prank clip that was shared online does not have to imagine.
Heading to Twitter, @DanielMarven shared the clip of the man who wakes up surrounded by "crying" friends. He then realises that they are "burying" him, which prompts him to quickly start trying to alert them that he is in fact not dead.
"Y'all play too much," Daniel captioned the hilarious clip.
Locals were left laughing their butts off at the poor man's reaction while they complimented his friends' acting skills. Many of them questioned whether this is the type of thing men do all the time.
Read a few of their comments below:
"I hear him say, 'God is alive. God has taken away his name. Praise be to him'."
'Translation: 'Please, men, I am alive, Peter, I am alive man'."
"So y'all like this when you bored? Ai aikhona."
"This shit is the funniest ish ever..."
In similar hilarious Briefly.co.za news, kids really do the funniest things, which makes it pretty hard for parents to be upset - even when a little one completely defaces a bathroom with a red marker. A little one proved this after she was caught red-handed trying to clean up her writing that was scribbled all over a bathroom and even the toilet seat.
In the clip that was uploaded by Twitter user @ZwangaMukhuthu, the little one realises that she had been caught in the act. She then decides that her best option is to throw herself on the floor and pretend to be dead.
"Bathong," Zwanga captioned the hilarious clip of the mischievous bundle of joy.
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