Spongebob and Fuzzy Gang Seen Attacking Random Russian Driver

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We know him as the cute star with square pants, one of the most lovable creatures to ever reside under the sea. Millions of kids around the world idolize him for the clever banter and his distinctive looks. Joined by Patrick Star, Squidward Tentacles and Mr. Krabs, he can often be found on cereal boxes, inside happy meals and on pencils. But could he actually be a violet, twisted criminal who randomly beats people to within an inch of their lives.
Russian dashcam footage shows Spongebob, Micky Mouse and Scrat (the squirrel who loves nuts from Ice Age) doing violet criminal activities. A fourth yet unidentified criminal can also be seen in the video, his identifying features being pink spots and a horn on his nose.

If you have information about their whereabouts, Russian police kindly asks you contact them at 0800 3274 226. That's 0800 Dash Cam. Remember, these are extremely violent criminals, so proceed with caution and stay out of sight.

This Russian road rage video is a fake as Nicki Minaj's body. The furries are pulling punches and they can't even see anything through those masks. However, it's extremely funny to watch, not only for us, but also for the guys filming the whole thing, who were just as surprised by what they saw as we were and can be heard in the background of the video laughing their heads off.

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