If you know a thing or two about the Internet, there are plenty of viral videos floating on the web. Among them was a viral clip of an ugly fight that broke out in UP’s Baghpat district between shopkeepers and workers of two chat stalls over customers in India.
Armed with iron rods and sticks, the men thrashed each other in a fight that lasted for 20 minutes or so before it came to a halt, police said.
The violence captured on tape was enough for the desi Internet to latch onto the clip and they memed India’s own version of WWE taking place on the Baghpat streets.
Then, one of the arrested men was given the title of “Einstein Chacha” while others were reminded of “Virus” played by Boman Irani in 3 Idiots. The man was subjected to endless memes for his endless blows and punches that he showcased in the video.
With the meme refusing to die, the video somehow reached “Ozzy Man Reviews” run by Ethan Marrell, a popular YouTube and Facebook personality.
Known for his satirical commentary and explicit-laden voice-overs on viral videos, the Aussie Man called the Ozzy Man didn’t miss out on the opportunity to give his take on the UP fight.
The result? See it for yourself.
Note: Occasional strong language used.
“Welcome to Baghpat. It currently reminds of Martin Scorsese’s movie Gangs of New York. Smart casual shirt bloke was going ballistic with his stick but meme-sensation Indian Einstein said, ‘Ye, nah’,” Ozzy Man quips as the video starts.
— Ozzy Man Reviews (@OzzyManReviews) February 25, 2021
Did the Indian Einstein go global?
Indian Einstein . I'm dead. https://t.co/OaJadnOoB0
— Nishanth Reddy (@antarmuktimanas) February 26, 2021
— Nikhil Raj (@nikornikhil_) February 26, 2021
— Mehroz Ali Pasha (@pasha_ind) February 26, 2021
— Lawrence (@Believer_58) February 26, 2021
This commentary is just so op https://t.co/BOZvVHAwTq
— Akshit Verma (@N0_1NsTa) February 26, 2021
This thing is funnier than the entire incident https://t.co/A9pLwpgC92
— Daksh Bhandari (@DakshBhandari5) February 26, 2021
According to a statement by Baghpat police, 12 people were injured and eight were arrested related to the incident. However, no serious injuries were reported.