- Nando's has once again headed online to share another clapback with one of their customers
- This time, the food company went after a man who compared their drive-through service to a driving school test
- Mzansi folk seem to really love watching Nando's handing out clapbacks and were soon laughing their butts off in the comment section
Nando's is always just one tweet away from making their thousands of followers laugh. This time the lit social media team at the fast-food restaurant had people howling with laughter after sharing a fire response to a man who complained about the way one of their drive-throughs were set up.
"FYI: The Nando's drive-thru in Fourways, Lonehill is actually a driving school testing ground," wrote @PeterMBL_.
To which Nando's responded:
"Mara akere o sterring wena Dominic Toretto? Getting to that last window is worth it."
Soon many South Africans were in the comment section laughing their butts off at Nando's' cheeky response. Read a few of their hilarious responses to the bit of online humour below:
"You should have slapped him with your rolls that have too much flour."
"The one in Bryanston on William Nicol has an awkward turn near the cashier. And the scratch-infested wall is a witness"
"Bare daai bra ke strerring okare kamona Dominic Toretto."
"Feels like you accomplished something once you get through that test like you’re a bozza ya K53 and then some!"
Briefly News also reported that Nando's has once again left social media as lit as ever after they roasted one of their customers who headed to Twitter to share the surprise she got when she purchased one of their meals and expected it to come with some chicken.
"@NandosSA I really thought that this meal comes with a piece of meat. Now I'm having pap and gravy for lunch. Very nice though," wrote @TNyashia.
To which the funny social media team of Nando's responded:
"Bathong, do you also buy polony thinking it comes le magwinya? Start with the meat next time @TNyashia."
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