- While many seem to like a funny man pretending to be Spider-Man currently going viral on social media, many are worried about the guy
- Some seem to know the man and they call him @PeterParker but a number of social media users are wondering what went wrong, based on his behaviour
- On the other hand, some have definitely expressed affection for the character and they have invited him to their parties
Following another video clip of 'Spider-Man' strutting his stuff on the dance floor, South Africans are left divided on the crazy character.
Some refer to him as Peter Parker and some of the social networking application’s users are really left amused and laughing whilst also praising him.
A post by @Selawexe_Junior is a hit on Twitter and the comments and reactions fully match the delivery online.
His captions suggest the account holder is perturbed by the character doing his dance at a party and has also shocked those in attendance.
“What’s wrong with Peter Parker mara?”
“It all started here after he moved to Limpopo.”
“This one will always be the funniest for me.”
“The death of Iron Man hasn’t been easy on the boy.”
“Peter Parker always doing way too much.”
“Lol my boyfriend’s son wants him for his bday party, please help. I seriously need his details.”
“He's tired of chasing bad guys! Now he wants to have fun and the best place for him to have a good time is none other than South Africa.”
“What did South Africa give Spider-Man? This is not the Peter Parker we know, this is Petros Patraw.”
“Tony Stark's death affected him a lot. That's why he came to South Africa to heal.”
Briefly News reported that a super funny clip of a man dressed as a superhero, Spider-Man, has been shared online much to the amusement of local social media users. In the clip, 'Spider-Man' appears to be performing at a function.
And like a true entertainer, the young man can be seen jiving like it's his last day on earth while wearing the skin-tight Spider-Man costume, which adds to how ridiculous the entire thing is.
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