Animals Bring Phishing Call To Life

Chris went ahead and added some animal pictures to make a video of that phone call between a scammer and a Southern gentleman. A weasel plays the Indian phisher, a houndog plays the gentleman, and a goose plays his wife. Go back to the post and watch it, it’s even funnier than the original.

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  1. PølάrβǽЯ says:

    Looks like Ben and Chris have had WAY too much caffeine this evening ;)

  2. HalOfBorg says:

    Uhhhhh……… where is the audio with the pictures? I can find no link.

  3. jjason82 says:

    So… all you did was put a picture of a weasel and a dog in the original file?

    Wow, this was so worth a new topic. Stupid.

  4. apotheosis says:

    @jjason82:
    Dude, there’s a goose there, too.

    Waterfowlist.

  5. crimsonwhat says:

    @jjason82: Agreed.

    Maybe someone talented enough could decipher this call and put subtitles with it. That would be helpful. I can barely understand a word of this.

  6. GC says:

    This is so worth a second topic. That voice and the basset hound makes me giggle.

  7. tcp100 says:

    Oh, why, WHY can’t I get these calls! I’m so bored in the evening after dinner, I would thoroughly enjoy a ten minute conversation with this guy!

  8. darkclawsofchaos says:

    awesome

  9. mike says:

    Eh…without animation, it’s still the same.

  10. Pithlit says:

    Is it supposed to be animated? I get the sound okay, but there’s just a still picture of a ferret and a dog.

  11. erica.blog says:

    @Pithlit: it is on youtube so it must be animated… right?

    they just sit there, nothing interesting.

  12. Ben Popken says:

    For the most part it’s a still image – which makes it all the more hilarious. Eventually a goose moves around a bit.

  13. Pithlit says:

    Oh, I see, the goose comes in when the wife starts in. Hee!

  14. Xerloq says:

    I’d hate to see the offspring of the basset hound and the goose.

  15. DopplerInterrogation says:

    I just about woke up the whole house laughing. I had to divert my eyes from the hound dog when the Virginian was talking or else I would have laughed myself out of my chair.