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Hong Kong police try to join in the pen-pineapple-apple-pen fun in the most cringe way possible

While it seems parodies of that damn "pen pineapple apple pen" song can't stop popping up everywhere, perhaps some parodies shouldn't be attempted. The Hong Kong Police Force thought it would get in with the PPAP madness with its own "BBSB" — Belt Buckle Seat Belt. Most parodies have taken the original audio and lip synced over it, miming the same actions for pens, apples and pineapples as the character Piko-Taro does.
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