- A short video showing a woman selling rice for some men has generated reactions among social media users
- In the clip, the lady dipped her hand into a customer's plate to taste the food before giving it to him
- Many Instagram users who reacted to the video said that perhaps she had a taste so they will not say her food killed someone
The video of a rice seller and the manner with which she was serving her customers has stirred reactions on social media.
In a clip shared by Tunde Ednut on Instagram, a lady serving rice with customers queuing behind her ate out of the plate she was going to serve someone.
What a show
With a masterly delivery, the lady scooped food into the plate before tasting out of it. In one breath, she handed the food to a customer.
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Many people who reacted to the video have found the video as both a show of unhygienic practice and funny.
Watch the video below:
At the time of writing this report, the video has been watched more than 200,000 times with over 2,000 comments.
Below are some of the reactions:
"Before dem say na mama basira rice him chop before him die."
"So dem no go say poison Dey am."
"E be like poison Dae rampant for area, so she Dae test am."
"See d way she do her face."
"The way that guy take open mouth."
"Never will I accept that rice, for wat??? See how she dip hand pack from d rice shook inside mouth,I go just walk away."
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"I won't collect it I swear."
Lady served ewedu with kettles
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the video of a lady serving food in a very unconventional way shared by @instablog9ja got many Nigerians talking on social media.
Using kettles known for serving water or boiling it, the lady poured ewedu and gbegiri into different plates laid out on the table.
The method proves efficient as it allows serving the soup easier and in a neat manner. The content went straight into the plates without staining the table sheet.