Man Spotted On Netflix Documentary About Wrestling In The Congo Has The Best Singlet
Netflix recently premiered a new series about strange sports that are played around the world.
Home Game is a fascinating watch as it takes you to North America, the UK, Europe, Central Asia, Africa and others and showcases some of the sports that a specific nation is obsessed with.
To outsiders, the sport seems absolutely bonkers and it's hard to imagine it ever being played in your home town. But, it's a beautiful and interesting insight into what makes a certain place tick.
There are eight episodes and each is just as outrageous as the next, however one has gained some attention in Australia for a very brief but very hilarious reason.
The third episode dives deep into professional wrestling in the Congo, dubbed Catch Fétiche. There's a small scene where the camera fixates on one of the wrestlers while he's in the ring just after losing a fight and he's wearing one of the best, most Aussie singlets ever.
The dark green top says: "Go To Bunnings, Buy Some Timber, Build A Bridge, Get Over It."
That is fan-bloody-tastic.
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After being posted on Reddit, people have been flocking to praise the wrestler for his unique and incredible taste in singlets.
One person said: "This man survives on a diet purely of sausages, bread, onion and tomato sauce."
Who knows how the guy got the very Australian singlet in Africa, but we love it all the same. One person commented that you could get these bad boys in Bali and, to be honest, we wouldn't be surprised. There was another singlet that went viral last year that was being sold in the Indonesian hotspot.
A person uploaded this picture to Reddit, saying their cousin found it in a shop in Bali. People have been loving it and sharing their memories of coming across it in similar Balinese shops.
"My brother bought this while laughing and the Balinese shop owner asked why he was laughing, he had no idea what Centrelink was," said one Redditor.
Another wrote: "A supervisor from my work was let go, not long after he was on holiday in Bali, his next profile picture on Facebook was him wearing this shirt."
A third added: "I work 6 days a week and have never been on the dole but for some reason I need this shirt."
Someone who clearly loves Bali said: "I've had this singlet in about 10 different colours from all the different Bali trips I've been on and because they all last about two washes after I get home."
Featured Image Credit: Netflix