Reactions trail hilarious clip of cow stuck on a roof

Reactions trail hilarious clip of cow stuck on a roof

- A clip of a woman trying to get a cow down from a roof at an unknown township has been shared online

- In the clip, the unknown lady could be seen using a long stick to try and get the cow down while standing on a ladder

- South Africans have been left scratching their heads ever since the clip surfaced, many of them wondering how the cow found its way up the roof

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It's the festive period and anything is possible this time of the year - even flying cows. A hilarious clip has been shared online recently. In the clip, an unknown woman could be seen trying to coerce a cow off a roof.

In the clip that was shared on Twitter by @EricanSA, the unknown woman tried to get the cow off a roof by scaring it with a long stick.

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Meanwhile, some people were waiting at the bottom trying to help the lady get the troubled cow down. The stick seemed to do its job as the cow suddenly jumped down the roof, plunging to the ground.

"But how?," EricanSA captioned the hilarious clip.

Meanwhile, other people were just as confused, many of them taking to the comment section to share their weird and funny theories about the flying cow. Read a few of their thoughts below.

@HlopheSimo2 said:

"Lobola arrived nge helicopter."

@Madikgopo1 said:

"From cow to springbok."

@pekzar87 said:

"2020 must end guys what da f****k"

@pluto_keyaka2 said:

"Aowa bo ke boloyi fela. ( it's witch craft.)"
Clip of flying lobola shared online, leaves Mzansi scratching heads
A cow stuck on a roof recently left locals with many questions. Images: EricanSA
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In other news, the maxim that reads: What a man can do, a woman can also do - seems to have gradually become a universal truth. This is evidenced by the profession of Ekene Obaye, the first documented Igbo herdswoman.

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Obaye who is a native of Nguru Nsukka in Nsukka local government area of Enugu state has turned to a job believed to be only reserved for men, especially, those from the Fulani extraction of northern Nigeria.

The job which she does with her husband has garnered her star-like attention from Nigerians who mostly don't believe that a woman can adapt to the work as a daily profession.

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