- A beautiful young South African lady recently headed online to share a heartwarming short clip
- In the clip, she is taking a selfie while getting some petrol filled into her car when the petrol attendant spots the phone and then blows a kiss
- South Africans found it super adorable and were soon taking to the comment section to share their thoughts
Petrol attendants in Mzansi really are the most helpful and kind-hearted people. A young lady proved this after she was able to capture a petrol attendant, who was obviously very taken with the view, blow a kiss her way.
In the super adorable clip that was shared by a young woman with the handle @LindiweDube, she can be seen filling her car with petrol and taking a cute snap of herself to pass time. Not long into the clip, the petrol attendant spots her camera and then decides to blow her a kiss.
"Watch till the end, something to brighten up your day," she captioned the clip.
Locals loved how cute it was and soon headed to the comment section to share their thoughts. Read a few of them below:
"Take him out for lunch. Just lunch. Make his day. He can turn out to be a good friend."
"Lol even me I wouldn't have let that opportunity pass."
"This dude is your soulmate, get him."
"Petrol attendants don't waste time, even if you're a CEO, they shoot first and ask questions later!"
"Some dudes don't let opportunities pass by... Inja ye game."
In other Briefly.co.za news, some people have the amazing ability to bring sunshine along with them wherever they go and one young South African man is one of those people. In a clip shared online, by his friend the young man is seen doing the craziest thing.
In the clip that was shared on Twitter by @ompolokile_, the guy, who is seated in the front of a packed taxi, starts to record himself dancing like there is no tomorrow, much to the surprise of the other passengers who seemed too shocked by his bravado to move.
"I have funny friends. Look what my nigga did! Wtf," the dancing man's friend captioned the clip.
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