Shock as South Sudan President Mayardit Pees himself in Public [video]

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The President of South Sudan, Salva Kiir Mayardit, has been spotted peeing on himself at a pink event in the country.

The video of the president soiling himself has gone viral on social media, eliciting numerous comments and reactions.

The event was a commissioning of a road which saw other dignitaries standing by the president as the national anthem was recited. 

President Mayardit had been standing with his arm on his chest when his trousers suddenly began to get wet and a pool of liquid gathered at his feet.


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He spotted the accident moments later as he looked at his legs in surprise. Others present seemed to feigned ignorance at the affair.

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