- A video has shown the hilarious moment a little boy tried to walk like an elderly man whom he saw on the road
- After running away from him at first, the little boy paused a little and then mimicked his walking step in a funny manner
- The video has stirred massive reactions online as people share their thoughts about the incident
A little boy was standing by the roadside when he saw an old man walking in a way that seemed strange to him.
He quickly ran away and stood at one corner while the old man passed without turning his head to see the little boy.
As soon as the elderly man passed, the little boy came forward and began to mimick the elderly man's walking step.
In a viral video, he bent his body downwards and walked perfectly like the old man. The video was shared on Instagram by @bcrworldwide
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Reactions trail video of little boy mimicking old man
"The man supposed turn back and chase him ."
"Why did he run on the first place this child is gistlover now we know."
"All the children won’t kee somebody."
"Fear fear child."
"Is it cute that the kid made mockery of the old man through mimicry due to ignorance? No! Can he be corrected and taught right? Yes!"
Watch the video below:
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