- An incredible moment between a man and a chicken has stirred hilarious reactions on social media
- The man who had a bandage on his left leg could be seen hopping with the aid of a stick on the other leg
- To the surprise of many and the anger of the man, a chicken trailed behind him, imitating his walking steps
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A video of a chicken imitating the walking steps of a man hopping on one leg with the aid of a stick has stunned netizens.
The hilarious video was shared on TikTok by a stunned netizen with the handle @be_de_boss2 who marvelled saying, ''Lol . This chicken nah full vibe oo."
In the clip, the man hopped on his right leg and supported his bandaged left leg by holding a stick.
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Right behind him, a chicken is seen also walking in the same manner the physically challenged man was conditioned to walk in.
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The man noticed this and got infuriated. He chased the chicken around with his walking stick.
Watch the video below:
Hilarious reactions trail the video
"Omo nah to kill am chop ooh he dor too know."
"Na human being when dem turn to chicken I swear."
Lino Kroose said:
"When chicken don survive two Christmas for your house overconfidence go dey worry am."
"So I carefully watched the video and I have realized he tied rope on the left leg of the chicken."
Former domestic worker slays poultry farming sector
In a separate story, Briefly News reported on an an innovative woman from the Bronkhorstspruit in Gauteng is making big moves in the agricultural sector after only starting her business in 2018.
Khethiwe Maseko functioned as a domestic worker and hairdresser to make ends meet before Sasol’s ‘Am I Preneur’ campaign came to her community in 2017, Vuk'uzenzele reported.
She then decided to participate in Sasol’s 12-month accelerator entrepreneurial programme and received seed funding of R15 000, which she used to start her poultry farm, called Gugulam Poultry House, Polity reported.
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