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A video showing a topless man sitting and laying on a food court table and demanding for food has been circulating online.

In the video, a Chinese man can be seen vigorously cleaning a table at Sim Lim tower food court, before taking off his shirt, climbing on the table and laying on it.

The man then sits up and yells that he is a “little mouse” who is hungry. He demands that someone give him food since he doesn’t understand why he needs to exchange money for food:

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Posted by Dougles Chan on Tuesday, 7 November 2017

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An Indian man who appears to be a security officer subsequently buys the man a meal. The man who made the commotion then grins at the camera before tucking into his meal.

Many netizens online have speculated that the video is a social experiment or prank because of the way the video has been shot. The man clearly seems aware that he is being filmed and the filming begins before the man even mounts the table.

It appears that the original video was taken two years ago, in 2015, and has since made a comeback online.

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