Johannesburg Man Uses Feather To Prank Customers at Pick n Pay in TikTok Video With 2.4 Million Views

Johannesburg Man Uses Feather To Prank Customers at Pick n Pay in TikTok Video With 2.4 Million Views

  • A man went around tickling strange people in a Johannesburg retail store with a feather
  • The man crept up behind them and passed the duster behind their ear, walking away when they reacted
  • Netizens were shaken with laughter and commented how they found the video wholesome and funny
  • The prankster told Briefly News that he loves making people laugh
A young man pranked a woman in a Pick N Pay in Johannesburg
A young man made people laugh with his feather prank. Image: @polymathsa
Source: TikTok

A Johannesburg man made netizens crack up when he tickled people at a Pick n Pay store with a feather duster.

The man’s antics were part of his prank in which he crept up on people with his weapon of laughter.

Man pranks woman in TikTok video

@polymathsa posted the video on his TikTok account, where it was loved by over 100K people and viewed by 2.4 million TikTokkers. The video begins with him tickling one woman with a feather.

Read also

Actress Nomvelo Makhanya tries tarzan swinging, regrets It in TikTok video with 2.8 million views: "Where was I going?"

PAY ATTENTION: Follow us on Instagram - get the most important news directly in your favourite app!

The lady immediately reacts and the gent continues as if he is not the one. The video then shows him attempting to tickle two more men before returning to his first victim. The camera stays on her for a while as she shops for snacks.

She picks up a packet of Lays and then looks at the packet before the man returns for a second tickle. She assumes something is wrong with her jacket, so she takes it off and examines it briefly before putting it back on.

Prankster shares his love of pranks with Briefly News

Sicelo Mabaso told Briefly News that he started pranking in October 2021.

"I've never gotten into serious trouble. I've only been asked not to prank in spaces where there were many elderly people. There have been times when security guards were taken aback, but when they realise that it's a prank, the mood becomes joyous," he said.

Read also

TikTok video of Mzansi boyfriend at mall walking in weird way while holding girlfriend gets 1.3M views

The gentleman seems accustomed to pranking as he regularly posts videos of himself pranking people. Watch the video here:

The prank video tickled netizens

Netizens in the comment section were finished as they could not believe the woman could not tell if she was pranked.

Kenneth T Mphuti remarked:

“When she saw a sangoma passing by, I was sure she thought she’d been bewitched.”

Mbali Zwane said:

“I’ve never laughed so hard.”

Ntombishabangu767 commented:

“Yoh! I would have asked the sangoma woman passing by for help.”

Z_Zobuhle wrote:

“The poor lady even thought there was something on her jacket.”

Nthabiseng Morolo asked:

“What is she doing with the Lays ingredients? Is she counting calories or something?”

Rotondwa laughed.

“Not me laughing at 4am when everyone is asleep.”

Nomzamo Nzuza Nkabinde:

“After I saw your videos, I laughed so loud. You made my day.”

Man prank-flirts with woman in TikTok video

Read also

Pedi aunt scolds nephew for playing with flour in hilarious TikTok video: "This is why I don't want kids"

In a similar article, Briefly News reported that a young man divided Mzansi with his prank.

In his TikTok video, the gent jokingly hit on an older woman and flirted with her.

The woman blushed immensely, and when he asked for her number, she gave it to him. Netizens asked him to take it easy as some victims could be their mothers.

PAY ATTENTION: Сheck out news that is picked exactly for YOU ➡️ click on “Recommended for you” and enjoy!

Source: Briefly News

Tebogo Mokwena avatar

Tebogo Mokwena (Current Affairs editor) Tebogo Mokwena is a Current Affairs Editor at Briefly News. He has a Diploma in Journalism from ALISON. He joined Daily Sun, where he worked for 4 years covering politics, crime, entertainment, current affairs, policy, governance and art. He was also a sub-editor and journalist for Capricorn Post before joining Vutivi Business News in 2020, where he covered small business news policy and governance, analysis and profiles. He joined Briefly News in 2023. Tebogo passed a set of trainings by Google News Initiative Email: