- A young Nigerian lady based in Italy has demonstrated the hotness of the weather in the European city
- She placed a frying pan under the direct sun as she went on to fry eggs with it in a surprising video
- Her cooking showcase thrilled some netizens, while many doubters opined that she heated the pan on a gas cooker before taking it outside
A Nigerian lady abroad has jokingly stated that she won't pay for gas again owing to the hotness of Italy where she is based.
The lady in a TikTok video fried eggs under the direct sun with a frying pan and this sparked mixed reactions online.
She first placed the pan on the floor and poured her eggs into it.
Immediately the eggs touched the pan, it began reacting like it is prepared over a gas cooker or fire.
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Many folks, however, felt the lady was chasing clout with her showcase and doubted her claim.
Watch the video below:
Social media reactions
"Can you live on egg alone? Try cooking pounded yam with egusi soup."
Augustine Damilola said:
"Madam u don fry the oil very well before from gasI understand the level."
Mesewonrun Oluwanbe said:
"She has already preheated the stone ..
"So the stone under will be heat the frying pan."
"This is not a joke bcuz I put my bathing water in the freezer just because the water in the tap is boiled by the sun in Libya ."
"En don go heat the oil for fire , come say sun fry am. use am cook beans make we know say na true."
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"Madam make I tell you the best thing sure say you put charcoal under the block ??"
UK streets and roads deserted over the hot weather
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a man had shared a video of empty roads and streets in the UK due to the hot weather.
Speaking in the Igbo language all through, the TikToker said the UK government's precautionary advice to citizens was what informed the emptiness of the streets and roads.
But for him, it was just like a typical sunny day like he was used to back in Nigeria. The man added that their boss at work had to give everyone three hours break so they could pour water on their heads, but he took that as an opportunity to do something else.
He laughed that UK's sun cannot be compared to Upper Iweka's hotness he was used to while in Nigeria.