Kiwi man goes viral for his HILARIOUS spoof tourism ad for Australia ...

Publish Date
Monday, 10 December 2018, 3:58PM

It's no secret Australia is home to some of the world's most deadly and dangerous creatures.

But in case you weren't aware of that fact, one New Zealand comedian has released a hilarious spoof tourism advert joking that there's "no prettier place to perish than Queensland."

Dressed like a stereotypical Aussie, Kiwi Chris Drabble pokes fun at crocodiles, box jellyfish, "deadly snakes and spiders" and a "bird that may as well be a velociraptor" — the cassowary.

"Welcome to North Queensland Australia. Fancy a swim in a tropic paradise?" Chris says in the video.

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"You can't do that here because there's crocodiles. Oh, but don't worry, they've made a sign."

"The best part is you’ll only need to pay a one-way fare," he says.

"Because chances are, you won’t return!"

The video has already racked up over 3 million views and 72,000 shares, with social media users loving his lighthearted jabs at Aussies.

"This is hilarious and sadly true," one person commented.