- A video of a domestic worker’s funny visit to the loo has been doing the rounds on the social media streets
- The edited clip, which has over 77.9K views, sees a young lady kicking several toilet paper rolls to her while seated on a lavatory
- She can be heard repeatedly saying “it’s enough” in effort to get the lady to stop and Saffas cannot stop laughing
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We’ve all experienced that awkward moment of realising there was no, or not enough, toilet paper after we sat on the lavatory seat.
A video of domestic worker getting way too much toilet paper than she bargained for left peeps with belly aches from laughter.
The hilarious clip shared by an online user @carolinewideawake sees a young lady kicking a toilet paper roll with impressive skill and quickly switches to the second clip of a domestic worker sitting on a lavatory. She catches the paper roll and responds with: “Thanks pumpkin.”
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The video continues to show the lady kicking more rolls which concurrently hit and bombard the poor woman in the toilet. She hilariously shouts: “It’s enough!” repeatedly in effort to get the lady to stop.
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Netizens could not help but laugh at the light-hearted video and many praised South Africans’ creativity and humour. Check out some of the comments on the post:
“Ooooh man, you made my day.”
“Enough is enough.”
Stacey Middlewick replied:
Brandon Olifant (TBO) wrote:
“Lol, you guys are funny.”
Nasreen Dukander responded:
“This cracked me up stop this nonsense.”
Tear-jerking post about domestic workers hits Mzansi in the feels
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that domestic workers have been treated harshly for many years and while laws have been set to help prevent this, it still happens.
They go by many names - domestics, maids, nannies, helpers - but they're all the same. Some are treated like the gold they are and others as if the employer is doing them a service and not the other way around.
Marcia du Pont took to Facebook with a poem by Herman H Le Roux about domestic workers that is sure to leave you feeling all kinds of emotions. The poem explains the lives of domestics from both the good and bad views. While some are treated well, they still face many struggles.
Source: Briefly News