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Drunk canadian sings bohemian rhapsody

Drunk canadian sings bohemian rhapsody a TSG interview, Wilkinson said that he had uploaded the tape earlier this month for the amusement of friends. 113 Beatles songs available on karaoke machines. Wilkinson sought to display his memory by rattling off a long string of digits in Pi. Wilkinson, who was not handcuffed, lectured a RCMP officer, claiming that he was not intoxicated. You’re actually an ignorant fucking cunt. Wilkinson told the cop, who had earlier pulled over his truck.

An RCMP spokesperson told TSG that the police footage was provided to Wilkinson in the course of discovery in his criminal case, which is pending. Wilkinson told TSG that he was convicted of mischief when he was 18, but that the charge was later expunged from his record. I am in trouble with police. The footage, according to Daily Mail, appears to have been captured by CCTV cameras in a Canadian Mounted Police car in Edson, Alberta. Metro identifies the man as 29-year-old Robert Williams.

He tried to cajole the officers to release him after he was picked up. The video shows him pleading with the officers en route to the station, saying: «I have done nothing wrong and even the situation where you grabbed me has nothing to do with having been sort of intoxicated as you proclaim. The bearded man falls into silence for a while as the officers ignore him. Then after some time he takes off his glasses, takes in a deep breath and begins singing his version of Freddie Mercury’s famous ballad: «Is this the real life? Caught in a landslide, no escape from reality. He expresses his despair theatrically by placing his hands on his head.

Though his unique rendition of the famous song is flawless, he is rather rowdy about it, improvising instruments and drumming noisily on the police cruiser’s bullet-proof screen. The lyrics of the song appear to express his feelings of injustice about his arrest. Even though he had been drinking, his rendition of the song is perfect and even the police officers seem entertained for they patiently wait for him to finish his performance before attempting to take him inside the station. Realizing he would likely spend the night in a cell, he sings, «Easy come, easy go, will you let me go? But then, acknowledging the inevitability of his fate, he sings: «Bismilah! After he had finished his performance, one of the officers moves to handcuff him.

He asks the officer: «Do you have to cuff me? The officer asks «Are you going to be good? The man, unwilling to be handcuffed, said: «Physical violence is the least of my priorities. Many viewers impressed with his performance have speculated he very likely escaped being charged. Gizmodo expresses an impression of the closing dialogue many viewers will agree with: «It is genius. Here’s hoping the members of Queen check out Arrested ‘Drunk’ Guy’s «Bohemian Rhapsody,» as filmed in the back of a Canadian police car. He may be more Sam Kinison than Freddie Mercury. But it’s a riveting performance that starts with him pleading his case to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

I have done nothing wrong,» he insists. And even the situation where you grabbed me has nothing to do with having been sort of intoxicated, as you proclaim. But it doesn’t even matter what it has to do with brotherhood of men on the planet earth. And then, he slurs and howls his way through a soulful, demented yet pitchy rendition of Queen’s finest hour, supplying the musical interludes with mouth-guitar and mouth-piano. At one point, he pounds out the drum fills on the glass partition separating him from the RCMP. It’s shortly after the drum fills that we hear from the police. I can’t,» Arrested Drunk Guy responds.

And then, he finishes the song, changing the final line to «Nothing really matters, even the RCMP. By this point, they’re already at the station and he asks, «Do you have to cuff me? I’d love to go down and see my pictures. The «I can’t» moment is priceless. Boy do I know THAT feeling! Funny how a drunk man made a better ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ than Bad News. If you’ve never heard the Bad News version of Bohemian Rhapsody, do yourself a favor and don’t do it. It’s not even so bad it’s good, it’s so bad it’s sad.

Faye Wong Scenic Tour 1998 — that was one of the all time best versions of Bo Rhapever! Acknowledging the inevitability of his fate, an officer tells him to «calm down. Billboard is a subsidiary of Valence Media — he has a penchant for booze and 1970’s rock opera. The car stops, his rendition of the song is perfect and even the police officers seem entertained for they patiently wait for him to finish his performance before attempting to take him inside the station. The bearded character flails about holding his glasses while turning in a word, the video was an internet sensation with over 9 million views.

Especially considering that Brian May produces. See I told you Jim Morrison wasn’t dead. Is Robert Wilkinson the drunk guy, because if not I have no idea who he is or why he pulled the video. They’ve flown in the swiftness of time. I’m not sure what’s harder to believe:  that an automated melody match system actually recognized the song as Bohemian Rhapsody, or that EMI is going to make money off it. This is Canadian Kareoke at it’s finest. The only thing missing is a Leaf’s jersey.

Can the woman who left her six kids at the ACC please pick them up? Assuming you’ve all been as riveted as I have to learn of the dispensation of Mr. Drunkface’s court case, you’ll be thrilled to know I stumbled across this today. As most of us likely anticipated, he showed up for court in Viking horns. That was one of the all time best versions of Bo Rhapever! And YESfar better than Adam Lambert. I know few people who can sing that all the way throughthen to sing the musical partswell, way way funny. If I’m ever drunk and arrestedI will do the same.

Billboard is a subsidiary of Valence Media, LLC. A man who wound up in the back of a police car after apparent public inebriation has become an Internet star for his woozy rendition of «Bohemian Rhapsody. In the back of a Royal Canadian Mounted Police squad car and captured on camera, the bearded character flails about holding his glasses while turning in a word-for-word version of the lengthy 1975 Queen anthem. Halfway through, the car stops — and the singer bursts into the «Galileo, Galileo» section. Later, during the guitar solo, an officer tells him to «calm down. In less amusing related news, Queen’s Sonisphere Festival performance with Adam Lambert has been canceled, along with the rest of the UK festival.

It is with very heavy hearts and much regret that we announce the cancellation of Sonisphere Knebworth 2012,» the fest’s website stated on Thursday. The musicians have yet to announce if they’ll team up for a replacement date. Sonisphere was the site of the band’s final performance with late frontman Freddie Mercury. Billboard is part of MRC Media and Info, a division of MRC. The Biz premium subscriber content has moved to Billboard. To simplify subscriber access, we have temporarily disabled the password requirement.

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Check out our Legendary Finds Classic Cars for sale ! Robert Wilkinson, a Canadian, got arrested for intoxication and didn’t agree with the charges. After pleading his case, he decides to belt out his emotions through the music of Queen. This article needs additional citations for verification. It reached number 44 in the UK Singles Chart. Elton John and Axl Rose performed «Bohemian Rhapsody» in The Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert. A polka cover named «Bohemian Polka» on his album, Alapalooza.

The album A Change of Seasons features the live track «The Big Medley», a cover song medley that includes a segment of «Bohemian Rhapsody. Released as a single and as part of the «Queen Dance Traxx I» compilation. Performed the song on her concert — Faye Wong Scenic Tour 1998-99. The performance however was rather poor and falsely sung. Bugle Corps performed as the closer for their «Bohemia!

Released his «Queen Tribute» album with Bohemian Rhapsody on it. The cover was also performed live. A shortened rendition, covering only the ballad portion of the song to a much slower melody. With the cast of We Will Rock You. A lip-syncing rendition of the song. An acoustic cover of the song. Bohemian Rhapsody Double Feature EP and frequently performed live in concert. Recorded on the Rajaton sings Queen with Lahti Symphony Orchestra and on several occasions performed live in concert. Bugle Corps reprised their 2004 performance for their «Rach Star» show. A cover for the premiere episode of Season 7 of Sons of Anarchy, plays when the protagonist, Jax Teller tortures and kills an innocent man whom he believes is the murderer of his wife.

Performed the song on Glastonbury Festival. Performed the song for their annual Halloween video. Here’s our version of BOOhemian Rhapsody! Performed the song as an encore at many shows on The Coma Ecliptic Tour and recorded the song for a 7″ vinyl release which included Queen-inspired artwork on the sleeve. Sky Arts TV channel released a trailer for the 2nd series of Guitar Star of 14-year-old Billy Watman playing «Bohemian Rhapsody» on classical guitar — the video was an internet sensation with over 9 million views. Performed as Aalto’s celebrity duet choice during the first night of the two-part season finale of The X Factor UK. Performed a capella for their extended play PTX, Vol. An acoustic cover of the song, also piano accompaniment by the singer. On his cover album, Im a Singer Vol. B version of «Bohemian Rhapsody» for the soundtrack to the Jon Lovitz movie High School High. It was released as their debut single and became a hit in Europe and New Zealand.

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