- A viral video has South Africans in stitches, a man dubbed "Mr 082" gave men hope
- In the video it appears that a lady shoots her shot and "Mr 082" wastes no time in giving her his number, hence the name
- Tweeps were divided on whether the video was staged but they all agreed that it was great entertainment
A viral video is doing the rounds of two men walking along the side of the road when a female driver starts talking to the men.
The first man, who tweeps have been calling Mr 082 wastes no time and starts giving out his number.
Twitter users have flocked online to react to the video with many men saying that there is hope that more women will shoot their shot with men instead of the other way round.
However, some people have claimed that the video is stated and it is simply a couple of influencers catfishing for clout.
"The wife of Mr 082 was the one who took that video. He’s not the guy we thought he was."
Regardless tweeps had a field day with the video:
"If Mr 082 staged the video then give him the Oscar award, He is a great actor!"
"Even if Mr 082 staged that video or what, okusalayo he created a content that ihlula the so-called influencers."
Others were concerned that his antics might land him on the wrong side of the law with the Hawks breathing down his neck:
"The HAWKS and SARS after seeing Mr 082 trending on Twitter with his cars."
"SARS going to check if Mr 082 is paying taxes."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that only the brave survive when to comes to the internet and one young man looking for love is definitely very plucky. Heading online, the man hilariously shot his shot when he spotted a young woman looking for a man based in Pretoria.
"I need a fine gentleman... no chancers, please. I'm 28 based in Pretoria. #uMjoloWithAzola," wrote the stunning woman with the Twitter handle, @Natasha_Spill.
The young man, who clearly assumed that speaking Afrikaans would be his best bet, obviously did not take into account just how poor his Afrikaans skills would present:
"Speel jy WhatsApp?"
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