Man Tries TikTok Survival Tactics in Real Life Against Huge ‘Attacker’, Goes Viral With 2.7M Views

Man Tries TikTok Survival Tactics in Real Life Against Huge ‘Attacker’, Goes Viral With 2.7M Views

  • A TikTok content creator put survival tactics to the test in the real world, and he had the internet thoroughly amused
  • The video went viral as @mr_heelariouz_ proved that the self-defence tips online are actually ineffective
  • Online users were really amused as they commented on the hilarious skit, especially because of the addition of a big attacker

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A content creator hilariously debunked a survival tactic. Online users could not stop worrying about his video, which received millions of views.

Tikoker mr_heelariouz
A TikTok comedian had the internet in stitches when he created a video of him trying to do a survival tactic in the real world. Image: @mr_heelariouz_.
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People were thoroughly amused by the video. Certain details about his recreation of the scenario had people in stitches.

TikTok comedian's survival tactic amuses netizens

TikTokker @mr_heelariouz_ recreated a survival tactic in case you are attacked from behind. In the old original clip, the victim easily gets away when he was grabbed from behind and slipped out of the grip effortlessly.

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@mr_heelariouz_ tried the same tactic when he lifted his arms in an effort to slip out of the grip, but he got carried off instead. The comedian also screamed in the video, which amused his audience.

Many commented on how funny the video was, as peeps always love a comedy skit. The video got a quarter of a million likes. People couldn't stop raving as they pointed out details they loved about the video.

Tricia commented:

"So that's how shoes end up in the middle of the road."

Junior_22 commented:

"The scream."

Lo commented:

"If my attacker is able to pick me up like this I know I’m going to be thinking, 'Wait so you think I’m SKINNNYYY?!'"

Sprinkles commented:

"The way he just walks off with you."

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somuchnottoomuch commented:

"It's the scream and flying shoe for me..."

C-NERO commented:

"The cry alone."

romeofranko6 commented:

"Mission impossible."

user76935365609375 commented:

"You know you are not supposed to jump and that guy is not supposed to hold you tight."

Black.bunny commented:

"He attacked the most carefree man in the world."

Christiana Richard commented:

"Bro, I love you!"

emmyblaq commented:

"No it's the way that guy is holding you cause he is not supposed to hold you tight."

Samalamza commented:

"Lol is it weird that my dream is to be picked up and carried like this."

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While there is a lot to be concerned about in SA, nothing will stop the vibrant citizens from having a good laugh. One of the beauties of our beloved country is its people.

The hilarious comedian took to his TikTok with a breaking news clip regarding the threatening sandwich. Kevin warned Mzansi peeps to watch out for "criminalised onions” when ordering lunch.

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