Woman Rides Bike On Water: A video of a woman carrying a utensil on her head and riding a bike on the water is going viral on the internet. Netizens are calling her the wonder woman. woman rides bike on water
The viral video of a woman riding on a bike on the water was shared by a Twitter user named Doctor Ajayita on Tuesday. Along with riding the bike on water being the challenge, the woman is also seen undertaking a bigger challenge by carrying a tub full of utensils on her head. It was captioned as, “She has got multiple talents…”
Within hours, it has reached thousands of users and became the next viral video. The 41 seconds-video has got more than eight thousand views in less than a day. Netizens are appreciating the woman for her balancing skills and calling her ‘super woman’ and ‘wonder woman’. Some netizens are also commenting on quotes about women empowerment.
One such comment quoted dialogue from the movie Stree, “Vo stree hai, kuch bhi kar sakti hai. (She is a woman and women can do anything)”.
Another user mentioned the Wonder Woman star Gal Gadot and said, “She beats the Wonder Women @GalGadot, to claim her title of Wonder Woman.”
She has got multiple talents… pic.twitter.com/AmabKz9gTQ
— Dr. Ajayita (@DoctorAjayita) June 15, 2021
Another viral video of a Mizo girl playing football in heels
A video of the Mizoram girl named Cindy Remruatpuii, from Aizawal went viral as she took the keepy-uppy challenge to the next level. In the video, the Mizo girl is seen bouncing football effortlessly while wearing heels. Netizens were amazed to see her as many even struggle to walk comfortably on heels. On top of that, the girl was managing this inside the living room of her house on a tiled floor.
After this video went viral, netizens appreciated her skills and addressed that the stereotype of only boys liking football is wrong. The video was also shared by Mizoram Sports Minister Robert Romawia Royte who wrote that football is for everyone and added the hashtag of ShePower.
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