There are certain sentences that are only able to exist because of the internet, and this is definitely one of them: an absolutely ripped dude was spotted doing bicep curls outside of Buckingham Palace as a tribute to the late Queen Elizabeth II.
A jacked dude was spotted shirtless outside of Buckingham Palace doing bicep curls in remembrance of Queen Elizabeth II
The footage of the moment is so inherently bizarre that it’s leaving some Twitter users to wonder if it’s the most substantial proof yet that we’re actually living in a simulation.
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— basic tariff (@BasitAsif) September 16, 2022
Pls do this when I die to honor my love of hunks https://t.co/eJL9q5AuFe
— Nathan Barley Awareness Account (@kathbarbadoro) September 16, 2022
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Royalty recognizes royalty https://t.co/E8Kv7Zjp2g
— no context liver king (@NoContextLiver) September 16, 2022
It’s certainly a contrast to the tribute paid by English soccer legend David Beckham, who reportedly waited in line for over 12 hours to show his respects to the late matriarch of the Royal Family.
Funnily enough, this isn’t the first time that we’ve seen an exercise-related tribute to a long-serving institutional icon, as the trainer of late Supreme Court Judge Ruth Bader Ginsberg got on his hands and knees to crank out a couple of pushups in front of her casket back in 2020.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg's trainer says goodbye by doing push-ups in front of her casket. pic.twitter.com/SHT5aoNxZB
— The Recount (@therecount) September 25, 2020
Queen Elizabeth II, who was born on April 121, 1926, served as Queen of the United Kingdom for over 70 years until her death on September 8, 2022. On Monday, September 19, a state funeral service for Queen Elizabeth II will be held at Westminster Abbey.
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