Gorilla falls down after riding bicycle. Hilarious viral video shows what happened next

A hilarious viral video of a gorilla falling down after riding a bicycle is making the internet laugh out loud.

Gorilla falls down after riding bicycle.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • A gorilla fell down after riding a bicycle in a viral video.
  • The ape then threw the bicycle away in anger.
  • The hilarious clip was posted by IFS officer Samrat Gowda.

Are you suffering from mid-week blues? Do you need to lift your spirits? If yes, then fret not, we have a video for you that will make you laugh out loud. IFS officer Samrat Gowda on Wednesday took to Twitter to share a hilarious clip of a gorilla riding a bicycle. But that’s not all. The ape fell from it after a few seconds and what it did later has the internet in splits.

In the now-viral video, a gorilla can be seen riding a bicycle while another one lazed in the sun. Soon, the gorilla fell on the ground. The ape got so angry that it threw the bicycle away with force. The short clip will surely tickle your funny bone, just like it did ours.

“Stupid cycle,” reads the caption of the post.

Watch the viral video here:

The video garnered 56k views after being shared online. Netizens just couldn’t get enough of it and ended up having a hearty life.

“Let’s provide him with a better cycling infrastructure so that he can also feel happy and enjoy cycling,” a user wrote.

Another user commented, “Caution: while you try to impress someone.”

See the comments here:

So funny!


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