- A young man recently headed online to share a snap of himself having some shots while at Wimpy
- Many South Africans were shook by the post because they did not realise that the restaurant actually served alcohol
- Many posts were subsequently made about Wimpy and the fact that they serve alcohol and soon enough they were trending
If there is one thing many locals seemingly did not know about, its the fact that fast food restaurant Wimpy actually serves alcohol on the premises. Many eyes were opened after a young man shared a post about drinking alcohol while at Wimpy.
In the post that was made by a South African man with the Twitter handle, @NeroExp, he shared a snap of a Wimpy plate that had five alcoholic shots on them. According to the post he was celebrating something special hence the shots. The next snap showed himself enjoying a tall glass of beer next to a famous Wimpy meal.
"Shots for Luniko," he captioned the shots.
Many locals were left super shook by the post as they had absolutely no idea that Wimpy sold alcohol. Many of them shared their surprise in the comment section of the post. Read a few of their comments below:
"At this rate we will be buying alcohol at Engine and I'm not sure if I hate the idea."
"I didn't even think Wimpy sold alcohol"
"Wimpy has real alcohol Woman gesturing ok dates with my daughter have been changed forever"
In other interesting Briefly News reports, the South African Nando's social media management and marketing team are quickly becoming a source of endless laughter for many South Africans after they once again threw shade, this time at another popular restaurant, Chicken Licken.
It all started after on local tweep tweeted about adding Nando's peri-peri sauce to his Chicken Licken meal. This obviously did not sit well with Nando's who subsequently tweeted the following response:
"It’s ok to stop tweeting after ‘peri peri sauce’. Tlogela dinto tse snaaks," wrote Nando's who also included an hilarious meme to reassert their feelings clearly.
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