South Africans were left in shock after photographs went viral of a secondary school graduate showing up to his valedictory dance in a coffin.
A photo was shared on Facebook, which showed the student posing inside a coffin. According to the post, the unidentified grade 12 learner was attending his valedictory farewell and decided to show up in a coffin.
Legit.ng learned the secondary school graduate allegedly attended a farewell in the Eastern Cape.
Social media user Fazel Masekind Edwin Berries shared the post on Facebook, which he captioned: "Yet another Eastern Cape Matric Farewell ...a coffin as his "transport" into the reception. I guess the phrase 'I thought I have seen it all' should never ever be used ... not with them 2000 borns around us."
Needless to say, the photos sparked quite the debate on social media, with South Africans left divided on the issue.
Some were enraged by the student's decision, while others found it funny.
PAY ATTENTION: Get the Latest Nigerian News on Legit.ng News
Thabiso Sechaba Jantjie Makhetha wrote: "But as a parent, how you let your child go out of the house and go make a laughing stalk out of your family? This is plain stupidity, I wanna see his matric results."
Wiiliam Matthews added: "In films actors do get in coffins and there is nothing wrong... Let the young fellow enjoy his farewell in peace, he is not afraid to try something out of the bathroom window."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had shared the story of a man who was buried sitting on throne in a red suit.
XXXTentacion is dead: What Really Happened To The Young Rapper on Legit.ng TV