- A clip of a woman taking off her underwear in a store full of customers and using it as a face mask has been shared online
- In the clip the lady is approached by an employee who tells her she needs to be wearing a mask, this prompts her to use her underwear
- Since the clip was shared it has received many reactions from locals who can't believe what they just watched
People really do the craziest things, and this one lady is one of them. In a clip that was shared online by @Kulanicool, the woman who is doing her grocery shopping while maskless, is told that she is not allowed inside the store.
Not long thereafter the woman does the most bizarre thing ever - she reaches under her dress and removes her underwear which she then proceeds to wear as a mask, much to the surprise of shoppers all around her.
"Bathong Karen," Kulani hilariously captioned the bizarre clip.
Meanwhile, locals were just as flabbergasted as he was and wasted no time in expressing it. Many of them headed to the comment section where they shared their thoughts on the woman's crazy mask plan.
Read a few of them below:
"Why was she allowed in the store? How did she continue to shop and finish her shopping without one? The security/manager couldn't even tell her shit. Ah noh guys makgowa ona laba tshaba. You're own would've been tackled and dragged out."
"I think its a prank video, she only lifts her left leg to take the panties off."
Meanwhile in other bizarre Briefly.co.za news, there was a mild drama at an undisclosed restaurant somewhere in Africa when a young man crashed a date between his girlfriend and another man.
Decked in traditional attire, the young man walked into the restaurant and approached his girlfriend to retrieve the items he bought for her. The items included her straight hair wig, phone and shoes. Despite the lady's protests, the man ensured he collected the items.
The other man with whom the lady was having a date watched as the drama unfolded but decided that there was no point in staying back.
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