- A sultry local woman is offering Mzansi the ultimate in entertainment, thanks to a video doing the rounds online
- The short clip shows the stunner going from a classic dive stance to jumping into the swimming pool in the most bizarre way
- Saffas were overcome by laughter on Twitter and rushed to the mentions to react to the viral clip
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A funny local stunner has Mzansi peeps' stomachs hurting from all the laughter she inspired on the socials on Friday.
The unknown beauty's antics were captured on film, showing her mimicking a funny swimming pool entrance.
The short video of the unorthodox display was shared on Twitter by @cc_banderas, with the GPS coordinates where it was tweeted displaying Midrand.
"Happy Friyaaaaaay. Adiwele," read the short caption.
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The clip, which garnered nearly 86 000 views, was sure to give Saffas endless laughs going into the weekend as it attracted almost 5 000 likes, 1 900 retweets and 400 comments.
One amused social media user even drew a correlation with legendary South African female swimmer Penelope "Penny" Heyns, widely regarded as one of the best breaststroke swimmers of all time.
Saffas wholly amused by pool stunt
Briefly News swimmingly went into the pool of comments section to bring readers the stream of reactions to the funny post.
"Problem ke that "onyomarks'."
"Sis jumped to conclusions."
"At least she go in. Also does a pool party mean I should get into the pool?"
"This is how women jump to conclusion."
Incredible video shows people swimming in world's first transparent pool
In a related news story, Briefly News previously reported that architects and engineers are continually springing up surprises with building structures and features that could not have been thought possible many years ago.
BBC News UK recently shared an incredible video on Twitter of a transparent pool that was built between two skyscrapers.
In the clip that has blown up, fun-seekers were seen having a good time in the warm pool without any fear.
Social media users expressed apparent fear of the structure standing the test of time citing previous glass structures that had collapsed.
However, others frowned on the wastage of resources expended in its construction. One curious observer on social media stated:
"It may look like an achievement in engineering, however, it is actually about inequality, greed and waste. Pools in the sky are gross."
Source: Briefly News