- A clip of two hilarious pranksters pranking unsuspecting pedestrians has been shared online
- In the clip, the two young men pretend to run up at the frightened people in the street and then they start dancing hilarious much to the surprise of the people
- Many entertained locals quickly headed to the comment section to share their thoughts on the hilarious clip
Some people really have time for jokes and two young men that were seen pranking unsuspecting pedestrians are some of those people. In the clip that was shared by popular South African Twitter user, @Kulanicool, the two men can be seen running up to random people in the street.
Naturally frightened, the people react startled by the young men's sudden approach. But before they can react, the men hilariously start to do a crazy dance much to the surprise of the people whose walking they rudely interrupted.
"This is crazy #RunItUp," @kulanicool captioned the hilarious clip.
Very soon locals were in the comment section sharing their thoughts. Many of them also spoke about what they would do if they found themselves in similar funny situations. Read a few of their fun comments below:
"Have you ever seen a guy being speechless and useless at the very same skhathi. Well I have, and he looks like this mlungu here."
"Am not so comfortable with the black brother leading this prank from the front."
"They try that on a boxer or MMA fighter it won't end well. Michael jay has been punching people because of his reflexes."
In similar funny Briefly.co.za news, hairstyles come in many weird and wonderful shapes and sizes but a recent hairdo has truly left a lot of people wondering what the heck was going on. A few pictures of the weird-looking hairstyle were shared by Twitter user, AdvoBarryRoux.
The hairdo has left many locals wondering what the "hair" was even made of in the picture. It looks like some sort of white fiber that is usually found on the bottom side of a mop except it looks way thicker and unflattering - if that is even possible at all.
"What’s this?" @advobarryroux captioned the post.
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