You Can Now Buy Ghana Dancing Pallbearer Figurines
Proving that there is simply no subject people won't try and cash in on, a company has created figurines of the viral Ghana Dancing Pallbearers.
Hong Kong-based JMG 1/64 Miniatures sells various teeny dolls and the latest collection is based on the Ghana pallbearers who have recently been splashed all over the internet due to their dancing.
There are two sets to choose from, which will set you back either £39.64 ($49) or £32.36 ($40) depending on which set you want. And you'll have to add shipping on to that cost, too.
But surely all the expense will be worth it when you can get your filthy paws on your very own set of dancing pallbearers - as seen all over social media.
Set A comes complete with seven people and a coffin, while Set B as five people - four of which are crawling - and a coffin. Tough choice, eh? You could always go all out and buy both.
For anyone unfamiliar with the Ghana Dancing Pallbearers, firstly well done for getting this far into this article without clicking away, and secondly, the dancing fellas have been splashed all over social media after becoming a meme for their impressive, and slightly unexpected, moves.
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The dancing troupe can make your funeral a bit less doom and gloom, if that's what you fancy.
Speaking to the BBC, leader of the pallbearers Benjamin Aidoo said: "I decided to add choreography to it so if the client comes to us, we just ask them: 'do you want it solemn or do you want a bit more of a display? Or maybe you want some choreography on it?'.
"They just ask, and we do it." Fair enough.
One happy customer told the BBC she wanted arranged for one to give her a mum a dancing send off.
In a recent interview with JOE, Aidoo said of his new-found viral fame: "I'm very surprised and I'm happy with that.
"Right now, every country is locked down and in lockdown, you're in your room doing nothing... And I'm happy that people are using my display, my performance, to cheer themselves up.
"My fans, they want to see me, so I know after the quarantine is lifted, me and my team are going to come and perform for them."
But until that time, you can always go and grab yourself some tiny figurines.
Featured Image Credit: JMG 1/64 Miniatures
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