- An eyebrow-raising clip of a man driving in a busy street with a large snake in his car was shared online
- In the clip, the man in a convertible can be seen trying to tame the snake, which seems to be a little restless
- South African social media users were left super puzzled by the clip and shared many questions in the comment section
Some people honestly have no chill. A man driving with a large snake while on a busy road is one of those people. In a clip shared online, the man can be seen with a snake curled near the windscreen of the car.
The clip, which was posted by @Advobarryroux, shows the man trying to keep the snake calm as it moves to face him while he and a passenger travel in the black convertible completely aware that they're being recorded.
"Madoda & then? A whole snake?" he captioned the strange clip.
Locals were just as confused as the poster. Many of them headed to the comment section to try and make sense of what they just watched. Read a few of their comments below:
"He’s a sangoma, Treasure Nkwambe."
"True madness, these are the guys who never wanted school and saw snakes as the future."
"Most people buy pythons they're just exotic pets and easy to keep."
"If it was a white person, you were gonna say it's a pet but because he's black you say is witchcraft, aaiii Satafrika."
In other interesting Briefly.co.za news, it's always great to try new things but it's also great to start slowly and not get too ahead of yourself. An unknown woman clearly got ahead of herself after she was captured trying out a scooter and then failing dismally.
In the funny clip that was shared on Twitter by @Shonny_RSA, the woman can be seen getting on the scooter with a lot of reservation. Before long she is seen speeding down a dusty road and then crashing to the floor much to the dismay of the person who is recording the clip.
"Another reason why women pay more for insurance," @shonny_rsa captioned the hilarious clip.
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