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(Video) Parents Hold Banner With Their Child’s Name Near School Gate, Make Many People Entertained

Picking up children back from school has become a normal routine for parents. However, since the existence of the Covid-19 pandemic in our country, all schools have had to close in order to curb the spread of the epidemic. Recently, the government has allowed school sessions to reopen after positive cases were seen declining day by day.

But, less than a week after the school has opened, there was a funny video that went viral on the TikTok social platform. The video shows how the parents behave when they took their children back from school and it literally stole the attention of many netizens.

@ootgah001

kelakar weiii hari pertama sekolah😂😂😂😂

♬ bunyi asal – FIRDAUS77🇲🇾🇮🇩

Through the video uploaded by a TikTok user named FIRDAUS77, it can be seen parents are flooding the outside of the school are waiting for their children. However, what is more, funny is when most of the parents carry a banner with their child’s name on it.

The situation looks very familiar like they are in a riot in front of the school and Firdaus also had time to make a joke about it in the noisy atmosphere as if he was in a demonstration event. Most of the citizens were also find it hilarious to see the video and said the atmosphere was like outside the airport compound where the tour guide held a banner with the customer’s name.

Sources: TikTok Firdaus

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