- A clip of a man falling face-first into an open grave while a coffin is being lowered into it has been shared online
- In the clip, the man is bending over beside the dark deep hole before he suddenly falls into it
- Many South Africans quickly headed to the comment section of the post to laugh out loud
It is some people's nightmare to fall into an open grave and unfortunately for one young man, that nightmare became a scary reality. In a clip shared online, the man can be seen kneeling beside the gravesite while a coffin is being lowered into it.
Not long into the clip that was shared on Twitter by one of the familiar funny clip posters', @advobarryroux, the man who appears to be assisting in lowering the coffin, suddenly falls in face first. He captioned the clip of the unfortunate man making the untimely fall:
"Yena Aya Kwini (He is going to the other side)."
Soon many South Africans headed to the comment section to make hilarious comments about the funny clip. Read a few of them below:
"Ku hectic ku rough kunzima, uphakathi inside."
"Vale hansi va vulavula hi ndlela leyi."
"I blame the camera person."
"He was pushed."
"Bury him too, Satan has made the decision."
"When you owe the dead and thinking you got away."
"Hey, mara wena Advo."
"Waphapha die man."
In similar but unrelated funny Briefly.co.za news, old people are an endless source of heartwarming laughter. A hilarious old man recently left South African Twitter streets laughing out after he was caught in a clip playing a very funny 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.
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Source: Briefly News