We usually watch several construction workers and labourers go beyond and carry some unbelievable number of bricks on their head. One such visual of a man who drops these red bricks in style on his head is now going viral.
Tweeting about it, Anand Mahindra is all admiration for the labourer who seems to have turned the risky manual labour into an art form.
“No one should have to do such risky manual labour. But you have to admire this man for turning his drudgery into an art form,” he tweeted along with the video.
Continuing, Mahindra also asks the whereabouts of the workplace suggesting the employers to provide higher automation and also recognise the man’s skills.
No one should have to do such risky manual labour. But you have to admire this man for turning his drudgery into an art form. Does anyone know where this is from? Can his employers provide automation & also recognise his higher order skills? (From Signal) pic.twitter.com/5IZ7NyiIS1
— anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) August 16, 2021
Commenting on Anand Mahindra’s request for higher automation, a Twitter user shares the loss of employment to the man and his family. “Sir, Unfortunate part of this is that’s, if this gets automated and this guy not skilled enough to do another job, he and many like him will lose livelihood opportunity(sic),” the Twitter user commented.
However, many also find it very astonishing to see a man balance so many bricks with such ease. “Looks like he loves his job! Life is hard until you see real harder lives,” a user commented. “What a beautiful mind! Terrific balance,” commented another.
As Anand Mahindra tweets, a Twitter user shares a YouTube video that claims that the man is from Africa and is carrying over 28 bricks on his head.
So, what are your thoughts about the video? Is it better if automation takes over such risky jobs?