One of the worst ways to end a year, especially when you’re a business owner, is to fall victim of a burglary. However, Frijoles and Frescas, a taco Restaurant in Vegas, turned this unfortunate event into a hilarious video that catapulted it into social media stardom.
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Using the caustic tagline “We think they may have been looking for tacos. Not sure.“, the restaurant staff uploaded the burglary footage, as caught by the security cameras. But, before publishing it, they made sure they brought their trolling A-game and made some necessary edits.
The uploaded video features comprehensive subtitles, that help viewers understand that the burglars were not after money, but after Frijoles and Frescas’ delicious tacos. Powered with emoji (and the recently added taco emoji) and a killer soundtrack, this otherwise mundane video succeeded in bringing down some of the most elaborate marketing campaigns of the year.
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At the end of the video, Frijoles and Frescas assumes full responsibility for the things their tacos cause people to do.
You can enjoy the video and help this taco restaurant catch the thieves, below.
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