Deadpan comedian extraordinaire Hannibal Buress recently paid a visit to a vegan PETA demonstration and caused trouble with his hilarious questions to protesters.
From pointing out to a save the dolphins campaigner that dolphins sometimes rape, to questioning why anyone would be friends with a vegan, Buress appears to be having a lot of fun at the protesters’ expense.
In one memorable exchange, Buress asks a protester, “Would you consider yourselves the Black Panthers of animal protesting?”
She replies, “I think it’s the civil rights movement for animals. I think Martin Luther King was an inspiration, and if we can be the Martin Luther King for animals, why not?” to a comically stunned Buress.
And, according to Buress, he learned a lot from the experience. Or so he says before he swaggers off wearing a fur coat.
Check out the video above and, animal rights activist or not, we dare you to try and keep a straight face watching Buress at work.