Chasing The Bun - "Rassie Erasmus" Has Opened A Bakery And It's Hilarious!
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Chasing The Bun might be the funniest thing you see today!


Johannesburg, South Africa (24 July 2021) – From the same team that brought us “My Kreepy Teacher” comes another spoof called “Chasing The Bun”… a story about Rassie Erasmus opening a bakery in Springbok.

Last year “My Kreepy Teacher” went viral around the globe with a ridiculous story about a man and his unconventional relationship with his pool cleaner. The entire parody was based around the fascinating Oscar-Winning Documentary with a similar name.

And now Retroviral and Panther Punch have teamed up again to bring South Africa another hilarious spoof, this time playing off the incredible documentary “Chasing the Sun” which gave us all a behind-the-scenes (and very emotional) look into the Springboks’ 2019 Rugby World Cup triumph.

In the hilarious parody, we get an inside peek into the coach’s new venture as a bakery owner in a town called Springbok. It’s called Chasing The Bun, and it might be the funniest thing you see all day!

“You know four years ago this was just a pipe-dream. But since then, I’ve made my team believe it’s not about them; it’s about the rest of South Africa. And when people walk through our doors to eat our food, we f*** them up. Physically. And that’s a fairytale.”

Watch it below:

Sources: Chasing the Bun | Panther Punch | Retroviral 
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