- An unnamed young man in Ghana is becoming an online sensation with his rare ability
- The gentleman was able to peel off coconut husks within just a matter of seconds
- One of the comments on the video said if care is not taken, the young man can chew the economy of Ghana
A young man in Ghana has amazed many people on social media with an unbelievable display of strength after using his bare hands and teeth to remove coconut husks.
Coconut husks are usually too hard to peel off even with a knife, for which reason the best tool that is normally recommended is a machete.
In the video, the gentleman simply set his teeth on the coconut and used the strength in his teeth and jaw to briskly peel off the entire husks in a matter of seconds.
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See the video below:
Although the personal details of the gentleman are not disclosed, he is becoming an online sensation on social media because of his rare ability.
A lot of people have been reacting to the video.
See some of their comments below:
@uchewhyz suggested that the gentleman got the motivation from a woman.
"Wao wao wao until the guy go get toothache...I no he's doing that because of a woman... U try anyway."
@lopezofficial01 said the ability must have emerged from a heartbreak
"This is what happens when u get a broken heart."
@cubana_defence_minister cracked ribs with the comment that:
"We should be careful with our economy oo cos this guy go fit chew am join."
In other news, a 71-year-old Nigerian snake charmer simply identified as Audu has wowed social media with his ability to control snakes and make them do whatever he tells them.
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In a video that was shared on Twitter, the septuagenarian could be seen telling his snakes to dance, which they did.
At a point, Audu also put one of the snakes in his mouth and the reptile didn't hurt him.
Tunde Ososanya, a Legit.ng editor, is a graduate of Mass Communication from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism. He's passionate about what he does and finds fulfillment in informing the people. Ososanya is the author of Later Tonight: a Collection of Short Stories.
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