One of Australia’s most treasured icons can be yours, for just $3499.95. That’s about $4550 Aussie bucks for a pet wallaby.
Skip to 2min, 48secs in the video above
No we are not making this up, nor do we condone it… at all. But this is what you can take home with you after a big night out on the town in Las Vegas if you visit the exotic pet store featured in this vlog.
The vlog was posted on YouTube about a week ago by Codee Yount. See the video above and skip to 2:48 to see the furry little jumpers. (Tip: don’t bother with the rest of the clip, it’s really rather dull)
“Yo, they have like fuckin’ kangaroos here. Look at that shit,” the behatted and bespectacled young American gentleman observes.
“Dude, thirty-five hundred bucks? Yo, what if I bought a kangaroo?”
“I think my next purchase is gonna be a little kangaroo. I really, really wanna get one of these,” he adds.
Back in the car, carefully considering his options for his next exotic pet aquisition, Mr Yount says: “I think a wallaby, like a baby kangaroo, would be dope.”
He then explains: “I want a talking that can be like ‘Arr, fuck you Codee’.”
Yes, quite. Go for the bird, mate.
While keeping a wallaby or a kangaroo as a pet is entirely legal where the clip was filmed, in Australia it is only legal in Victoria, the Norther Territory and South Australia, and only if you have a licence to do so.