- Larry Madowo is an international news correspondent for CNN and he shared an image of his attire while remote working
- Madowo was wearing a pair of shorts and sandals but his upper half was covered in a formal shirt and blazer
- The hilarious snap had peeps talking about remote work and others shared videos and memes of equally funny scenarios
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CNN international correspondent Larry Madowo had the internet in stitches when he shared a behind-the-scenes image. Madowo can be seen sitting comfortably in a chair, wearing shorts and sandals as his top half appeared more 'professional'.
The image shows what his perspective and the viewers perspective of the news broadcast was. The Kenyan journalist had peeps laughing themselves to tears as he delivered a formal broadcast about the Ethiopian conflict.
His hilarious post gained a massive 75 500 likes on Twitter as peeps shared all kinds of funny responses to the image.
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Social media users share some equally funny responses
"Let them say 'get up' and it's trouble!"
@SimthembileMag5 responded with:
"Hawu. You only formal on the top and beach casual at the bottom."
"What if you mistakenly stand up?"
"Thank goodness we don't get to see all that! How can one unsee this?!"
"I thought only we (ordinary folks) pulled this stunt on Zoom calls? You are missing a tie to complete the look."
"The day that camera falls! The world will be entertained and informed at the same time."
“Lol, little feet”: Mzansi entertained by viral video of short & funny man jumping over water
In other funnybone-tickling news, Briefly News previously reported that a video of another short man surfaced on social media channels and South African netizens found it seriously funny. The short guy was challenged to jump over water in what looks like a stream running next to a road.
Ready to face the daunting challenge as his friends can be heard laughing at him in the background, the short man defied the odds and performed the task with ease.
This possibly happened in Johannesburg as some of the guys who were also shooting the video are speaking in isiZulu. Mzansi citizens are now sharing their comments on the video clip posted by Kulani.
Source: Briefly News