- A young Nigerian man walked into a supermarket and screamed in such a way that got him disturbing looks
- Many who witnessed his act had a worrying look that questioned his sanity as the man kept filming himself
- Nigerians who reacted to the video on Instagram jokingly said there are not many sane people in the country
A Nigerian man described as a comedian on Instagram went into a supermarket with his camera phone in an attempt to make a funny video.
As he walked up the aisle while filming himself, he suddenly screamed, attracting the attention of shoppers.
He got their attention
People looked at him in great surprise, wondering why he put up such an act. Some people who properly got that he was trying to get attention had smiles on their faces.
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Words layered on the video read:
"Being normal is boring."
Watch the video below:
At the time of writing this report, the video has attracted over 2,000 comments with more than 20,000 likes.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"See how everybody they look am."
"What I can do, swears."
"Na from clap e take de enter dance."
"If I were to be he’s friend I would’ve stood as if I don’t know him."
"Draw attention my nigga. Disturb their peace."
"We are only 2 that is normal in this country."
"No one dey okay for this country again."
"It's not only those mad people roaming around the streets that are mad.. Plenty dey dress well."
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Man locked inside a supermarket
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a man known as Khaos Blackmetal on TikTok found out that he has been locked in a supermarket after the only worker closed up without properly checking if there is still a customer indoors in 2020.
Despite it happening more than a year ago, the man only recently shared the footage of the event online, saying he was stuck inside with another customer and he had to call the police.
The police in turn reached out to the store manager to free them. The man said:
“During the pandemic, Aldi closed early and the cashier neglected to make sure no customers were left in the store.”