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You never waste Biltong!


The host of the Daily Show took a moment to chat to his audience about recently being caught eating biltong… just before getting to the USA customs desk.

The Daily Show’s “Between the Scenes” is an Emmy award winning short form series featuring Trevor Noah interacting with the audience when the show cuts to commercials.

“‘Between the Scenes’ has become this really cool way to connect with the audience on all kinds of conversations happening in the world. Sometimes it’s a continuation of something we did on the show, or something happening in pop culture — but it has the ability to touch upon more serious topics, or it can just be downright fun and jovial.”

In a recent episode an audience member asked Noah if he “brought back a souvenir from his Christmas trip to South Africa”, and the show host replied explaining how he was actually caught eating Biltong over the trash can at the customs desk… as it is illegal to bring meat into the USA & he did not want to waste any of it.

Watch the hilarious clip below (or click here if the YouTube does not automatically play):

Sources: The Daily Show
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