Wawaweewa, very nice!
After 14 years, Borat is back and taking on coronavirus right in downtown Washington, D.C. At the intersection of 20th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue NW, you’ll be able to find some much-needed face masks and hand sanitizer. The only catch—you’ll have to take it from Borat’s crotch.
Two boards have been set up in downtown D.C. that promote Borat’s ideology of “Take Mask, Save Live." The boards have a lovely image of a naked Borat, who hands out face masks and hand sanitizers to promote COVID-19 safety to everyone that passes by.
The cardboard cutouts are "very naaiice" and serve as a marketing platform for Borat's sequel, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan. The film, which debuted on Amazon Prime on October 23, follows Borat's story as he attempts to bring honor back to Kazakhstan after shaming the country in his first movie. During his quest, Borat learns what it means to be a father while also navigating the American political system and the uncertainties of coronavirus. It brings humor to a much-too-real situation and has ultimately created a lot of controversies since its release.
So, give us a high five and let us know if you plan on grabbing a face mask from Borat's crotch!