Viral video of employees plucking chickens in sorting department is previous, says Post Office

- Advertisement -



By Marchelle Abrahams 10m in the past




- Advertisement -

Share this text:



- Advertisement -

At first you marvel to your self, is this a joke? Surely, Leon Schuster must be leaping out at any second now? It’s bought the hallmark of each Schuster comedy ever made.

The clip in query has been circulating on Twitter for the previous few days with many asking ‘is it actual’?



Posted by @AgentLeon, the video begins off with the caption: “A Nelspruit man unwittingly stumbled onto White River Post Office employees plucking chickens in the sorting department.”

The clip exhibits two individuals strolling in on employees busy plucking chickens whereas they’re speculated to be sorting mail. Obviously taken unexpectedly, one of them asks in Afrikaans “What are you doing right here?”

READ ALSO  Taliban admit to killing Afghan comic beaten in video

“This is a put up workplace, this is not a killing place,” he says.

READ ALSO  Here's how to prepare the best South African Sousboontjies

The employees then attempt to clarify themselves however he is having none of it.

The video gained greater than 31K views with an inflow of feedback.

One consumer requested: “Why is this not viral?!! This must be breaking the web!!”

In response to the video, the Post Office was prompted to set the report straight and launched a press release saying: “This incident dates again to 2018, and the employees concerned have been subsequently dismissed.

“We are actually getting very optimistic suggestions from prospects about the service at White River Post Office.”

Judging by the feedback, online customers weren’t too proud of the Post Office’s response:

READ ALSO  How far away should your cell phone be when you sleep?
READ ALSO  Can kids get ‘lengthy COVID' after coronavirus infections?



- Advertisement -

Must Read

ad

Related Articles