A photo of a young man has gone viral on the internet after he was captured doing the unthinkable.
The young man was seen taking a loaf of bread with polluted brown-looking water from what appeared to be a stagnant pond on the road.
Tuko news posted his photos on their Facebook page. Members of the public crushed at the comment section and wrote hilarious comments.
Omondi Marvin advised the person who took the photo to buy the young man some clean water.
On a different comment, Nicholas was wondering where someone got the courage to take such a photo.
Janeman Jackson asked the members of the public to stop judging the person who took the photo.
Bonny Bonte stated that the young man looked fine. He further added that he could be seeking online attention.
Felyx Khamisi stated that such things are normal in some parts of the country.
On the other hand, Tanui Cosmas thought that the man was just joking and posing for the camera.
We pray that the Almighty God may provide for him. Let us always be our brother's keeper and help the needy persons with whatever we can.
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