- A picture of President Vladimir Putin pointing to 'Durban' while looking at a map has gone viral on social media
- The image was shared on Twitter recently and social media users are sharing some funny jokes regarding Durbanites and the city itself
- @Life_After_18 posted the image and has gained over 2 500 likes on the bluebird sharing app in less than 24 hours
PAY ATTENTION: Follow Briefly News on Twitter and never miss the hottest topics! Find us at @brieflyza!
South African social media users can't get enough of an image of Russian President Vladimir Putin pointing to what seems to be Durban on a map. @Life_After_18 shared the funny pic on Twitter and netizens are proving that Trevor Noah is not the only funny person to come out of SA.
The image in question displays Putin and two other people seated in an aeroplane as they look at a map of Africa. Putin's index finger seems to be right where Durban is situated while the man next to him points his pen around the same area.
"The billboard is disrespectful": Truck stuck under bridge with advert of laughing people has SA showing their comedic side
While the picture may be a very good photoshop, the hilarious comments shared by South Africans regarding Durban are sure to bring a smile to your face.
Take a look at the viral post:
Enjoy reading our stories? Download the BRIEFLY NEWS app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!
Cyber citizens joke about Durbanites and Putin
"He just pops up here in Bluff..."
"Zulus are ready nemikhonto yabo (with their spears)."
"I'm in a taxi from work, haven't laughed kanje."
"RIP in advance, Durbanites."
@ZintleDiko responded with:
"They are coming for us."
"You can rain fire except for here in KZN, we have a soldier here. Code name JZ."
"He understands that if he's gonna take on Mzansi, he must first take out Zuma."
"Symbol of power": Peeps poke fun at Vladimir Putin's long table preference
In more funnybone tickling news about Putin, Briefly News previously reported that a post on Twitter by @AdvoBarryRoux pointed out the fact that Russia's head of state clearly prefers the "comfort" of extra-long tables, even for one-on-one meetings.
This observation prompted a flurry of funny speculations from Tweeps as to why this is so and many are teasing him in their responses. Twitter cracked up over President Vladimir Putin's use of long tables, citing that it was not a coincidence but a calculated move on his part.
A collage of photos in which the president hosted meetings with only one participant at a time over a long table made the post that much more hilarious. Social media users could not wait to show off their comedic side.
Source: Briefly News