I cannot believe what I am watching. They are laughing while saying that they eat Russian people. This is against human rights!!!
Johannesburg, South Africa (10 August 2021) – A Russian guy is going viral in South Africa for believing that we eat Russians, when in fact, the video is referring to the sausage.
In the video, an unnamed man can be seen watching footage of a group of South Africans talking about how they enjoy eating Russians (the sausage). He is clearly outraged by the thought and how candidly the group are talking about eating “Russians”, but for South Africans, the entire video is hilarious.
It is unclear if the man in the video is joking or being serious, or even if the entire thing is real. It seems the original footage was uploaded by a South African 6 days ago to Reddit… either way, it is still funny to watch.
Check the video out below:
Sources: Youtube | Reddit
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