Australia’s bogan viral sensation may be a fraud

May 22, 2009 — 5 Comments

News.com.au Top stories | News from Australia and around the world online | News.com.au

What does it say about our country that our best viral video exports are usually bogans? I’ll leave that argument for another day.

If you haven’t seen it yet, this video is so big at the moment that News.com.au has a related story as its current lead (image above)….ironically (well, maybe not) with a Corey Worthington story close at hand 🙂

Turns out though that we may have been had. According to Mumbrella, Clare Werbeloff is working for PR agency The Project, who specialize in youth (or should that be yuuf) marketing. There’s even picture evidence. More here.

5 responses to Australia’s bogan viral sensation may be a fraud

  1. Not all of us know the definition of “bogan” 🙂 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bogan

  2. Thanks for the valuable information Reechatd, now I know.

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