FORTY Borat lookalikes in tiny 'Maskini' costumes descended on to Bondi beach to perform yoga stretches in a hilarious stunt for Sacha Baron Cohen's latest film.
Australia’s famous beach was transformed into the Glorious Nation of Bondi during the stunt- complete with dozens of men in costume and an enormous statue of Borat.
Stunned beachgoers were ambushed by 40 men dressed with Borat wigs and face masks this morning before they took part in an impromptu maskini yoga session.
The men stretched and prepped for their yoga class, while a six-metre statue of Borat wrapped in a towel was airlifted and placed on the beachfront.
Sacha Baron Cohen then appeared via videolink to address confused onlookers.
He hilariously announced: “This statue was quarantine in a hotel in Melbourne for 14 days.
"It is free of COVID but probably has syphilis after four of your security guards make sexy time with it."
The actor has also incorporated the current global crisis in the posters for the movie – as he turned a face mask into a mankini, with the slogan "wear mask, save live."
The new film arrives on Amazon Prime Video tomorrow and in the poster, Sacha poses naked except for shoes, socks and a face mask over his genitalia in a Covid-inspired version of his famous mankini from the original 2006 film.
This time round, the clueless Kazakh journalist Borat dips his toe in American politics – and not even President Donald Trump or his predecessor Barack Obama can escape his meddling.
Other targets in the new film include rapper Kanye West, the late convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein and Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani, as well as the unsuspecting public.
Borat 2 is officially titled 'Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery Of Prodigious Bribe To American Regime For Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation Of Kazakhstan.'
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