BORAT made hilarious appearances at major landmarks across the country – but the stunt was not popular with everyone.
Sacha Baron Cohen’s comedy was planned on popular sites across the country with the slogan “Wear a mask and save live”.
He wore nothing but a mask to cover his burial.
But the National Trust Cern Abbas has spoken out against the ‘slander’ of the giant limestone figure – after being given a monkey for it.
The 180-foot figure on the dorset had a large mask over its genitals.
But the Foundation’s outraged officials – who protect the mountains – said they did not allow anyone to change the image.
A National Trust spokesman said: “We do not encourage the demise of the Cern Abbas Giant because any such act could damage this vulnerable site, even if someone physically attached something to him or gave the impression that they did.
“The giant is preserved as a planned ancient monument and part of a site of special scientific interest because its important limestone meadow supports wild flowers, butterflies and other wildlife.”
The hilltop figure was donated to the National Trust a century ago in 1920.
Borad also appeared at Edinburgh Castle, the Tower of London, the Angel of the North and Arthur’s seat.
The mask was then removed from the Cern Abbas Giant.
Earlier this week, a huge blowout erupted in the River Thames in London.
It comes ahead of today’s release of the next filmfilm of the fictional Kazakh new film.
It will be released on Amazon Prime.
The streaming service shared promotional photos on their social media.
Their photo from the picture of Arthur’s seat had the caption: “We … will clean up after Borat sits down in Arthur’s seat. # Fight. “
Image of Edinburgh Castle entitled: “BREAKING: Edinburgh Castle Surprise (Comedy) Receives Royalty Viewer.”
Cohen’s 2006 hit film ‘Port: Cultural Learning in the United States to Build Kazakhstan’s Famous Nation’.
It sees the imaginary Kazakh journalist returning to the United States on a mission to present his daughter to US Vice President Mike Pence.
This week, Baron Cohen mocked Rudy Giuliani’s hidden movie moment as “the innocent sexiest time of 15 years”.
The actor supported “Mayor of America” Giuliani By telling the hotel scene The claim that Giuliani touched himself was taken from the context.
In the picture, Giuliani appears to have been caught while twisting a tape with a woman introduced as Tudor, Borat’s 15-year-old daughter.
Bulgarian actress Maria Bakalova, 24, plays a tutor who conducted a fake interview for a pseudo-conservative news show in the film.
In the leaked clip, Tudor instructs Giuliani to join him in a hotel suite fitted with hidden cameras.
Baron Cohen is now back in the fray to comment on the clip.
He said: “An innocently sexy time meeting between a man who agrees and my 15-year-old daughter has become one that is hated by the fake media.”
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Giuliani said “Borat video is a complete fiction.”
“I took off the recording equipment and tied it around my shirt,” Giuliani said. Tweeted.
“I’m inappropriate at any time before, during, or after the interview. If not for Sacha Baron Cohen he would be a stone cold liar.”
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