- A video has surfaced online showing a helicopter in a parking lot
- According to reports, the incident took place at the North West University (NWU)
- A student reportedly forgot his books at home and his parents dropped them off by helicopter
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A video has gone viral on social media allegedly showing parents dropping off their son's books in a helicopter after he forgot them at home.
Ituh Mokhele, who goes by the Twitter handle @ItuhMokhele, shared the video on Twitter on Friday and he captioned the post:
"So guy forgot his bag at home and parents decided to bring the bag with a chopper at NWU. Shuu guys #KeaDrive #Sandton."
The video shows a student walking towards a chopper before he collects a bag and walks away again.
The person filming the clip can be heard asking who he is after saying: "I think he forgot his bag."
Take a look at the video below (Warning, the clip contains strong language):
The video has since gathered over 85 800 views and South Africans were left speechless. However, some social media users were not impressed by the girls in the video's reactions.
Twitter user, @FostozN, commented;
"This gender is disgusting."
Another tweep, @OkanyeYeka, added:
"Boy was tired of being disrespected at school. Had to flex a bit."
Previously, YEN.com.gh reported a school girl went viral after her dad surprised her with a Porsche for her birthday.
The Johannesburg pupil was surprised by the extravagant gift at school in front of all her peers and a video of the incident went viral online.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh previously reported that an 85-year-old elderly man has tied the knot to his female partner in a beautiful wedding ceremony and images of their special nuptial have been have gone viral.
Breya M. Johnson with Twitter name @TheBlackLayers splashed images of her grandfather and his bride after their admirable wedding. Photo of the elderly couple at their wedding are fast trending and they have become an internet sensation following news of their leap wedding on Saturday, February 29, 2020.
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