- A funny clip has been shared online of an old man basically tricking wedding guests in the middle of the reception
- In the clip, the man can be seen crying out to the wedding party that they needed to leave as the police were on the way
- Soon the post received many reactions from South Africans who found the entire thing absolutely hilarious
Old people are an endless source of heartwarming laughter. An old man recently left South African Twitter streets laughing out after he was caught in a clip playing a trick on a crowd of happy-go-lucky wedding-goers.
In the clip, the wedding party can be seen dancing and singing as they celebrated the happy couple who just tied the knot. Not long thereafter, the old man approaches them and starts shouting that police, who were supposedly checking Covid-19 regulations, were on the way.
"NOT AT MY WEDDING DAY. Wait for it... 16," Ace Mashudu captioned the clip that he posted online.
Soon many South Africans were in the comment section sharing their thoughts about the funny clip. Read a few of them below:
"The old man o tshaba Maphodisa. Le Covid tog! Moswareleng Bakone!!! eA re: 'O mongwe, Le o mongwe a ye ko ga Mmagwe.' eKe 16 straight."
"What I want to know is who came up with this thing ya "16"."
"16, as in there are police, so everyone should go to their mother's homes."
"My uncle is capable of doing that"
"I want to see the rest of the vid."
In other funny Briefly.co.za news, 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.
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