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Tens of millions of people have now seen the hilarious Borat sequel after it debuted on Amazon Prime late last month.
There are plenty of scenes in the film that have left audiences shocked, amazed and rolling on the floor laughing, but one moment has certainly raised some eyebrows and was declared one of the most graphic in the whole movie.
It centred on Sacha Baron Cohen's character Phillip Drummond III and his on-screen daughter, Sandra Jessica Parker Drummond.
They attend a debutante ball in Macon, Georgia, and perform a dance in front of everyone. During the dance, Sandra, who is actually Tutar (Maria Bakalova) in disguise, lifts up her dress to show that she is on her period, which causes some of the guests to react with shock.
One man has actually detailed what it was like in the room at the time and it was unsurprisingly awkward.
A local reporter named Will Davis wrote for the Monroe County Reporter, saying: "They began dancing side by side in sync when suddenly the 'daughter' lifted her hoop skirt, gyrating and revealing no underwear.
"That's when all of us who were sober marched to the checkout desk, demanded our phones back and hit the road.
"My precious daughter and I walked out into the cool Macon night with mouths agape wondering what had just happened.
"[His] modus operandi seems to be trying to embarrass and shock southern conservative audiences on film. Of course our cotillion friends, having been hoo-dooed into hosting the charade, were humiliated and apologetic."
Davis revealed that many of the attendees of the night were told the film crew were there because they were shooting a movie about an Eastern European woman doing her first cotillion dance.
Many were happy to be in the room and were excited to dress up for the big scene, however when the 'moon dance' started, they felt a little betrayed.
The reporter added that it wasn't until they saw the trailer for Borat Subsequent Moviefilm that they realised they were a part of Cohen's movie.
"The trailer was released and there we were clapping like trained seals for Cohen and his 'daughter'," Davis said. "I have no real problem with Borat getting a laugh at our expense. I find some of his stuff pretty funny.
"I will laugh a lot harder if we get the last laugh on November 3."
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