- A funny video has emerged on social media
- The video shows a man caught stealing food from the fridge
- His reaction to being caught has left Mzansi in stitches
A hilarious video is being shared on social media showing a man caught red-handed while stealing food. He denies the accusation, however, and insists that he was just looking at the food.
The video was shared by popular Twitter user Daniel Marven. The man in the video is caught eating sour milk from inside the fridge. Upon confrontation, he quickly puts the container back in its place.
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He is then asked to empty his pockets. Initially he refuses and says that he has his phone in his pocket. Eventually he empties his pockets and reveals that he has stolen a small tub of kid's yogurt. When asked why he did what he did, he said again:
"I was just looking."
The video has sparked a hilarious reaction among social media users. Twitter user Avystar77 said:
"The fridge security is tight in that household."
While AFRICANCONNECTI said:
"The guy carries the kids to creche so he is topping up fuel for energy."
Others responded using hilarious memes to express their amusement.
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Briefly.co.za previously reported that a hilarious video was being shared on social media showing an interpreter battling to translate English to Venda during a sermon. Mzansi social media users were left amused by the footage. The translator struggled with converting complex English words into Venda and resorted to making up her own words, much to the audience's amusement.
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