Waste pickers enjoy themselves at work despite COVID-19 scare

Waste pickers enjoy themselves at work despite COVID-19 scare

- A video of two municipal waste pickers has garnered thousands of views on Facebook

- The two workers are enjoying the music from the car behind the truck they are in

- Facebook users have reacted to the video with admiration for the happy workers

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A video of municipal waste pickers has received some adoration and praise from Facebook users.

The video shows two workers on a waste pickup truck dancing to the music being played in the car behind them.

The two gentlemen are enjoying the entertainment while they are waiting for the red traffic lights to turn green.

The video shared on the account of 'laugher.mr" has garnered thousands of views.

Many Facebook users have commented on the video of the gentlemen enjoying themselves during this rough time.

Michael Ringanai commented:

"Appreciating what you have in life is one of the amazing things because you don't have to stress yourself about the things you can't afford. Well done guys, much love."

Namhla Nangamso Pakade said:

"SA and it's citizens are very happy regardless of our ups and downs! Hahaha love this!"

Ernest Vilakazi commented saying:

"That's putting love in your job coz at the end of the day it's a job."
Two waste pickers dance to the music playing the car behind them

Two waste pickers dance to the music playing by the car behind them
Source: UGC

One Facebook user thought the gentlemen were happy because it was payday.

The gentlemen were dancing to a song from a South African genre called Amapiano. The song is by local Amapiano artist Kabza de Small titled Move On.

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In other news, a video has emerged in which a mighty bird could be seen flying through the air, carrying what many believed to be a shark in its talons.

The bird flew over Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, with the fish in its talons, and was captured by Tennessee native Ashley White.

The video, which was shared on the Tracking Sharks Twitter account, shows the eagle-like bird carrying its impressive catch as it wiggles and attempts to escape.

White said she took the video from the 17th floor of the building she stays.

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