As if the original Pizza Rat wasn’t enough to make us laugh, he now has two competitors. A pair of rats had a crazy battle in a Subway station just to get a slice of the good stuff and it was all caught on tape in this new viral vid! This will make your day!
Pizza Rat became a national phenomenon when he was caught on camera trying to drag a slice of pizza down a flight of NYC Subway stairs in Sept. And it looks like his rodent friends have also gotten a craving for the cheesy treat, because two more rats were videotaped trying to chow down on a slice — and you have to see the clip of their epic battle over it!
Move over original Pizza Rat…you now have double the competition. In a new video posted online Oct. 9, two rats are seen having a fight over a slice of cheese pizza. A New York chef, who goes by the Instagram name jonathenlewd, found two more city dwelling rodents with a taste for the Italian treat.
He posted a video to his Instagram page of the pair going at it with the caption “I win today, inter webs. #subwayrat #teampizza #pizzarat #pizzaparty.” Yes Jonathan, you do win cause this video is the BEST! (WATCH IT BELOW).
The original Pizza Rat became an internet phenomenon on Sept. 20, and was trending all day on Twitter (He even got his own Twitter handle @NYCPizzaRat)! The human user sent out funny messages like, “Wasn’t trying to make a statement, humans. Just trying to get some damn pizza down some subway stairs,” and, “Look, I was hungry and trying to get home.”
Pizza Rat even has his own Halloween costume this year…but, of course, it’s a SEXY Pizza Rat! The look is sold by lingerie company Yandy.com and retails for a cool $89.95. It features a gray tube dress with a matching hood adorned with cute little mouse ears, a long tail and two slices of pepperoni pizza — despite the fact that the real Pizza Rat was only carrying one slice and it was plain cheese. Like the original video, the costume is somehow both gross and semi-cute at the same time.
HollywoodLifers, would you consider dressing as Pizza Rat for Halloween?
— Beth Shilliday