Hilarious Video Captures KZN Men's Fear of "Tiger" Spotted in Backyard, Turns Out to Be a Toy

Hilarious Video Captures KZN Men's Fear of "Tiger" Spotted in Backyard, Turns Out to Be a Toy

  • A group of men in Hammarsdale, South Africa, were terrified after they thought they saw a tiger in someone's yard
  • The men's shocked reaction was filmed and posted on TikTok, where it went viral
  • They realised the "tiger" was just a realistic-looking stuffed toy, causing much amusement online

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A group of South African men were terrified after they thought they saw a tiger in someone's yard
A TikTok video captured a group of men's shock and humour upon spotting a realistic toy tiger. Image: @_konke.n
Source: TikTok

A group of men got the fright of their lives when they walked past a house in Hammarsdale, a township in KZN.

Men spot a tiger in the township

A TikTok video captured their shock and hilarious relief when they thought they'd spotted a tiger casually chilling in someone's yard.

In the clip, they are heard shouting that toys must be kept in the house after realising the 'tiger' was actually just a large stuffed toy. One of them even expressed that he almost died upon first seeing the realistic toy.

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"We saw a tiger elokshini," the funny video was captioned.

Watch the video below:

Toy tiger has Mzansi busting

The video sparked laughter and funny comments from netizens who were amused by the men's hilarious tiger encounter.

Siphokazi Kubeka said:

"Uyacabanga ebsuku,uya kulowomuzi (Can you imagine going to that house at night)."

Sgciniwe ‍♀️reacted:

"Kodwa Sbonga yini."

primrose_esormirp replied:

"uJungle oats uzokudla. Baleka ."


"Lapho ngiyawazi lomuzi! Phinde ngidlule ngakhona ngaze ngijahawe amaBhubhesi! (That time I know this house. Never again will I walk past there, might just get chased by lions)."

Nomfundo asked:

" Kanti eHammarsdale yini inkinga ngempela (Kanti what is the problem with Hammarsdale?).

Aphiwe commented:

"Inhloso bekuksbulala (The intention was to kill us)."

Mvelos Dad joked:

"Cishe ngabaleka (I almost ran away)."

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Amahle Kweyama said:

"Lapho ngiyawazi lo muzi (I know that house)."

Zebra kicks woman at game park

In another story, Briefly News reported that a hilarious video of a woman being kicked by a zebra at a game park left many people in Mzansi amused.

The footage shared by @suze_babyy on the video platforms shows a zebra kicking a young lady at the game park.

The TikTok clip amused online users, leaving them in laughter. The video grabbed the attention of many people on social media, garnering over 173K views along with thousands of likes and comments.

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