Cameraman films cockroach in the middle of ongoing hockey match. Watch

  • “This video has set the bar so high for me, I don’t think anything will ever make me feel as amused as an Olympics cameraman focusing on a roach just vibing instead of focusing on literally anything else,” commented a Twitter user.
The image shows the cockroach that was in the frame during an Olympic hockey match.(Twitter/@s6ntispam)
The image shows the cockroach that was in the frame during an Olympic hockey match.(Twitter/@s6ntispam)
Published on Jul 29, 2021 02:30 PM IST
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By Trisha Sengupta

A video from a hockey match in Tokyo Olympics 2020 is going viral and not for the reasons you would imagine. The clip has now prompted laughter as it shows the cameraman covering a waddling cockroach during an ongoing match.

The incident took place during the women's hockey match between Spain and Argentina. Many are now sharing the video that shows a cockroach walking along a part of the field. It was showed as a replay of a shot was being played.

Many are now sharing the clip online, just like this Twitter user.

The post, since being shared, has gathered more than five million views and the numbers are only increasing. It has also accumulated tons of comments from people.

“Is my sense of humor just really dumb or is this genuinely the funniest,” wrote a Twitter user while re-sharing the post. “I’m obsessed with this,” shared another. “This is the most random thing I’ve seen,” expressed a third along with a laughing out loud emoticon.

“This video has set the bar so high for me, I don’t think anything will ever make me feel as amused as an Olympics cameraman focusing on a roach just vibing instead of focusing on literally anything else,” commented a fourth.

The camera after hovering on the insects for a few seconds got back to the action to show the Spain vs Argentina match, reports LadBible.

What are your thoughts on the video?

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