Economic Freedom Fighters leader, Julius Malema was left in shock following an incident which left many tongues wagging on social media.
An Indian Man who was declared dead after a road accident, left his family shocked after they found him still breathing despite spending a night inside a mortuary.
The Indian Man was transported to a private medical facility where he was declared dead on arrival by the doctor, and then transported to a government hospital for post-mortem on Friday.
It is reported that the emergency medical officer examined him. He did not find any signs of life and hence declared him dead.
It turns out that the man was not dead after all.
Julius Malema had a shocking reaction to the incidence and said "he banna".
This incident also sparked hilarious reactions from social media users with some saying the Indian man might have ate a tortoise heart.
"If it was a morgue ya ko kasi they would have finished him off. Phela those ones don't have time to play," some argued hilariously.
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