Must Watch: Man gets stuck in a hilarious window washing situation at a Joburg intersection

A South African man got stuck in a hilarious “window washing” situation at a Joburg intersection but his message is much deeper than just the laughs.


Wikus is a new South African Internet Sensation created by Comedian Wayne Morehen. The concept, according to his recently launched Facebook Page, is a “character” creating comical situations out of every day problems and situations.

In his first video (and very awkward situation) Wikus finds himself stuck in his car at an intersection with Window Washers all around him. What happens next is comedy gold!

“Arrogant, egotistical and over confident. Wikus finds himself in a situation with a few “Window Washers.” Problem is, the situation has all been created in his over reactive head.”

But the video has a much bigger message than just the laughs. Wayne is proudly South African and wants others to be too!

The skit was filmed by Jason Anthony Strydom and Shot in Johannesburg, South Africa starring the “real”window washers of the streets, who Wayne says, are just trying to live.

He also dedicated the production to Neo, who unfortunately passed away after being hit by a car who jumped a red traffic light. (Not during the production)

“Thank you to every single window washer who helped express this idea. Keep hustling!”

Watch the hilarious video below:

Sources: YouTube | Wikus 
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