The Fighting's on the Wall: Man Who Punched a Kangaroo Gets Mural in His Honor
The viral video has also been enhanced with Conor McGregor.
The man who punched a kangaroo in the face after it put his dog in a headlock last month in Australia has now been immortalized with a mural.
Aussie street artist Lushsux found a wall in the city of Melbourne and painted an image of zookeeper Greig Tonkins, decking the animal in the mouth in a video that took the internet by storm last week.
The viral video has even been spoofed by graphic designers who superimposed MMA fighter and reigning UFC champ Conor McGregor taking a jab — and taking down — the muscular kangaroo.
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