- A man saw a guy walking oddly, so he got a video of it and shared it on TikTok
- TikTok user @basharbaron had no explanation for what the man in the video was doing
- All the people in the comments could do was laugh and crack jokes, as they were just as confused
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Social media will leave you with unanswered questions. A video of a man bending backwards while walking has gone viral, wrecking people's minds.
We live in a time where really nothing is surprising anymore. This video is another mind warp that may never be answered, but people thrive off it.
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Take a look at this questionable situation:
Social media users try and make sense of the situation
With no logical explanation as to what was going on, people turned to humour to settle their minds. Sometimes you just have to leave things be.
Read some of the comments:
“Why did I think that was Bester ”
Yonela Mpiti wondered:
“How did you know he will do that”
Christian Leigh said:
“Bru changed personalities to a fit white guy going for a jog I love it”
“The matrix remix”
“How I be running in my dreams ”
Questionable message from Bolt driver leaves local man stunned: "This isn't real"
In other news, Briefly News reported that the use of e-hailing services has become a serious talking point across Mzansi of late, with women, particularly, fearing for their safety following various reported incidents of sexual assault.
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But that's not the only thing that has Saffas guffawing online, thanks to the strange and unexpected experience of one person who'd requested a ride using the Bolt app. Striding willy-nilly to his Twitter account, @justwellington shared a screenshot of an in-app message he'd received from a driver.
"Nah. Bolt isn't real, hey," the caption read, highlighting the very real moment the local jumped out from his seat after he read the message.
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Source: Briefly News