- A Facebook group recently shared a picture of a handsome doctor taking the Covid-19 vaccination
- In the picture, the buff doctor smiles happily as a nurse pricks his arm with the vaccine
- Women in the comment section did not bother to discuss the controversial vaccine and rather shared their thoughts on the hunky doctor
A local doctor recently gave South African women all the feels after he was pictured getting vaccinated by a local nurse. The picture of the hunky doc was shared on Facebook by a group called Colored Girls Rock.
"So this is one of our Drs who got the vaccine. I think it was in the EC. If he comes to my house just so I can see that he is ok, then I can spread the word that the vaccine is safe. Is it rude to change Drs? #LetsUseHimAsThePosterChild #BetterThanUncleCForPR," the admin of the page captioned the picture.
Not too long thereafter ladies from all over Mzansi were in the comment section barely able to contain themselves from drooling over the handsome doctor. Many of them also feigned illness so that they had a reason to go see him.
Read a few of their comments below:
Zureena Smith said:
"Lol. I happen to be Dr Adam Woodford’s hospital mother. I always have to stop the mothers of patients that he is forbidden fruit."
Marvia Hippolyte said:
"Oh wow! Please tell me where he works... I'm applying as his receptionist. Imagine looking at that every day."
Veronica Job said:
"He just cured my phobia for needles."
Michelle Bowers said:
"I wonder if he does house calls."
In other Briefly.co.za news, Michael Bucwa aka Mr Smeg is up to something - we just don't know what. The young Smeg kettle-lover has been offering many heads a shoulder to lean on as of late and Mzansi just cannot deal.
The latest person to be offered a shoulder to cry on is none other than Somizi's very own Mohale. After the tv personality and husband of Somizi shared a post about being busy on set, Mr Smeg quickly offered to help Mohale through whatever he is going through.
"You have been through a lot lately. I'm so sorry for everything and I wish nothing but happiness for you, I am here if you need a shoulder to cry on," he wrote in a tweet to Mohale.
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