hugo bel die polisie Someone just added David Attenborough to "that fight", and we can't stop laughing!

Someone just added David Attenborough to “that fight”, and we can’t stop laughing!


Johannesburg, South Africa – It was the fight which left us all asking if Hugo called the police, but the video which went viral earlier this month has just been redubbed with a David Attenborough voice-over, and we cannot stop laughing.

The original viral video saw two groups of people arguing outside a house with some trying to get away in a car. The arguing quickly descends into physical violence with hair pulling, fist fighting and screaming.

The aggressive altercation was all recorded by a neighbour across the street, who now infamously, screams: “Hugo, bel die polisie!” (Hugo, call the police!).

Although violence shouldn’t ever be funny, South Africans have a way of laughing these things off, and someone just added a David Attenborough voice over to the clip, making it even funnier!

The original David Attenborough clip is from the BBC’s Life of Mammals which looks at the quest to be the dominant male in a group of grey kangaroos. To do this, they fight and winning the fight means that male will father most of the next babies. The little joey kangaroos have an entertaining attempt as well.

Watch the updated “Hugo, bel die polisie!” video below:

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