Smart Young Boy Saves Himself at Sea As He Swims With Plastic Bootles, Emotional Video Breaks the Internet

Smart Young Boy Saves Himself at Sea As He Swims With Plastic Bootles, Emotional Video Breaks the Internet

- The emotional video of a young boy trying to beat the tide as he swam with plastic bottles has made news

- To make it past a border in Spain, the kid made fast strokes in the water as he relied on the bottles

- Many who reacted to the video said at least the swimmer put some of the plastics causing environmental hazards to good use

A desperate migrant boy has employed the use of waste plastic bottles to keep himself afloat in the water as he tried to beat security.

In a short video shared by Sky News on Instagram, the boy formed a ring of bottles around his waist as he swam fiercely.

Smart young man saves himself at sea as he swims with plastic bootles
The boy wears a pleading face in the video. Photo source: @skynews
Source: UGC

When the camera caught his face, he had a pleading look as he stretched his hands. The same media gathers that he was trying to reach the Spanish enclave called Ceuta.

Within one hour that the video went live, it has gathered over 83,000 views and many comments on the platform.

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Watch the video below: compiled some of the reactions below:

bcdqpr said:

"Better acting than anything Will Smith has ever done."

mafaldaprete said:

"Omg thank God is alive."

simdunbar said:

"I have mad respect for him."

ryanbaldock said:

"See all that plastic in the ocean is being used for good. It’s not all bad. Plastic helping save life’s one migrant at a time."

mariaorros said:

"So sad to see all this hurt in the world."

brianjohnfrosd said:

"He just wants to feel safe give him a place to stay."

Meanwhile, earlier reported that a beautiful building that attested to the power of recycling got many social media users talking.

Posting about the house, the Danish embassy in Ghana said the building is the country's first house made from plastic waste.

A man named Danida Nelson Boateng applied to the organisation and his workers were trained. The fine house was made from 13,000 kilograms of plastic that were cast into bricks.


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