Big Brother is watching you

But who is big brother? It’s you & me smiley. Here’s the latest example…

Two friends are walking down a Montreal street when one of them spots an asshole emptying his car’s ashtray on the sidewalk. Not even realizing his friend is recording the whole thing on video, he goes over to the guy to tell the the guy he shouldn’t do that.. Then, he scoops up the ash-tray guts with his bare hands, and dumps it back into the car.

Mr. Holy-crap-now-everyone-knows-I’m-a-tool freaks. Watch it:

The priceless quote of the video is: “..je vais mettre ca sur Youtube mon homme, t’est un hero demain..” Which translates into “I’m going to put this on Youtube, and tomorrow you’re a hero”

Welcome to web, ashtray-dumper-guy! Would you still have done it if you knew the world was watching?

Claude, tu est un hero, lache pas, mais lave tes mains!

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4 Comments

  1. Mark says:

    I love it. A hero he is.

  2. Cat says:

    I love the way the guy takes off so fast!!

  3. From now on I will call this Heroe M.Clean!

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  8. Hoax or not I actually did the same thing when somebody threw a cigarette package out of their car window onto the sidewalk in front of me in Vancouver. I picked up the package walked up to the car and said, “excuse me but I think you dropped this”, and tossed it in a window on his lap. It is one the curious things about smokers that they assume that their carcinogenic and slobber-encrusted cigarette butts are not litter. and they should be free to toss them wherever they like and flick them of moving vehicles. I know. I used to be one and that’s how I thought.

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    […] Nice. That video I posted about earlier turns out to be a hoax. […]

  4. […] Turns out the YouTube video I mentioned a couple of days ago, that I found via Bob Goyetche’s blog and The CatFish Show podcast, was a hoax according to a CBC report on it. […]

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