On May 16, comedy fans will flock to their local theaters and marvel at Sacha Baron Cohen’s latest stroke of genius: The Dictator. Known for coming up with some of the most hilarious characters this side of the millennium, Baron Cohen is putting his General Aladeen creation on full display prior to the movies release.
A few days ago Cohen made a guest visit to an Australian talk show. According to LaughSpin.Com, ”During the eight-minute discussion, Aladeen offers political advice to Australia’s prime minister, makes advances on the lone female host and a lot of other horrible things.”
But in all honesty, the conversation was hilarious. “Mel Gibson is on the board of our Museum of Intolerance,” joked General Aladeen. “I have 25 female virgin guards who protect me at all times. I know that they are virgins because I check their virginity every night with the head of my penis.”
You may remember Cohen also featured his character on the red carpet, where he spilled the ashes of deceased dictator Kim Jong Il all over Ryan Seacrest.
Watch Cohen’s appearance on Australian TV here:
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