When soldiers marched to the office of Abiy Ahmed with Kalashnikovs and sniper rifles, angrily demanding pay raises, the Ethiopian Prime Minister didn't get scared.
Instead, he demanded the soldiers do push ups with him, as the BBC reports:
The situation caused alarm, leading to road closures in the area and the internet to be shut off for hours.
Many Ethiopians wondered whether this amounted to a serious security breach, says BBC Amharic's Jibat Tamirat.
However, the smiles on the soldiers' faces as they performed the press-ups suggest the prime minister succeeded in defusing the situation amicably