[WATCH] Car guard assisting donkey-drawn cart has social media chortling
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Car guard assisting a donkey-drawn cart has social media chortling.
Assistance from car guards is a common feature of South African parking lots. They help motorists back out of parking spots all the time. Now a video of a car guard and a donkey-drawn cart, has social media chortling.
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Mzansi! 😂 pic.twitter.com/E58quoaKqu— Tumi Sole (@tumisole) May 16, 2019
A woman who can walk really fast on all fours has social media talking
Elsewhere on What's Gone Viral with Khabazela, a woman who can walk really fast on all fours, has social media confused, amused, and in awe.
im fucking crying never did she jump like that HSJSJSJSJSJS pic.twitter.com/Il4gYMyr7N— ♉︎ (@mayapologies) May 15, 2019
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