I don’t know what the hell is going on here. They seem drunk, but they could just be Australian. Australians are often easily mistaken for drunks, and vice versa. JK – I hope that doesn’t alienate my sizable Australian fan base.
Even though I have no idea what led to this, I do know that “She ain’t know thang” are the fighting words that led to this tussle. Maybe “ain’t know thing” is an Australian version of the n-word. I’m not up on my Aussie offensive phrases.
Whenever you’re fighting on railroad tracks, you should be aware that railroads often come on those tracks, and therefore steer clear of being on them. Railroads plus people usually result in dead people. But I guess when you’re a drunk Australian lady who just had your integrity questioned, you don’t really have a choice but to fight for your honor.
Obviously, the best part is the fact that the winner of the fight quickly becomes a loser when she falls onto the railroad tracks on her own accord. It’s not just a fall, it’s a hilariously slow-motion drunken tumble. Once they’re both on the tracks, I think they have a moment of clarity where they realize, “Hey, we’re both on railroad tracks right now, let’s chill.” Fight over.
The whole thing is worth a looksy.