As you might know, the hottest new trend in live news interruption is jumping into the scene and yelling “Fuck Her Right in the Pussy.” What you might not know is that the original videos that kicked off the FHRITP meme are totally fake. Damn funny, but fake.

Here's the Original Fuck Her Right in the Pussy Video with John Cain

If real, this Jan 4, 2014 video entitled “Reporter fired for remarks about missing woman on LIVE TV” would certainly be in the News Bloopers hall of fame.

Supposedly not realizing his mic was on while covering the story of a missing 20 year old hottie, “reporter” John Cain poetically declares his desire to “fuck her right in the pussy.” The video then cuts to a classic “holy fuck!” moment for the anchorwoman back at the studio.

Unfortunately, John Cain isn’t a reporter for Fox News. He’s a guy who makes viral videos, and he’s not even trying to hide it.

The 1st half of the original FHRITP video is fake, but it then cuts artfully to a real 2013 clip of Kjerstin Ramsing describing Lindsay Nadrich’s double f-bomb as an “editing error” during a live segment about strawberries on Washington’s KHQ.

Here’s the real video that the audio is swiped from…

Despite being fake, Cain’s original FHRITP video got shared like wildfire and quickly racked up 3+ millions views. And since about 98% of people are morons, you gotta figure about 2.9 million think it’s real.

In the next video, you’ll meet Fred, who seems to have been inspired by Cain’s now-classic catchphrase, but is sadly, also a fraud.

Fred Interrupts a Live Train Derailment Report to Yell "Fuck Her Right in the Pussy"

After John Cain’s original Fuck Her Right in the Pussy video made the rounds for a month, a different YouTube account (which turns out to also be run by John Cain) posted a video entitled “Reporter interrupted during live broadcast” that appears to be an homage to the FHRITP catchphrase.

Here, a guy named Fred jumps into a live shot as a female reporter covers a train-derailment. He snatches the mic out of her hand, looks straight into the camera, and delivers a beautiful “fuck her right in the pussy.” The video immediately cuts to some b-roll and an anchorwoman nervously apologizes for the interruption and the profanity.

As with the original, this video is half fake and half real. The first half is totally fake, while the audio from the second half is legit, coming from an insane moment where a typical NYC mugger grabbed the microphone from reporter Laura Ingle during a 2007 segment about the iPhone release.

Here’s the real Laura Ingle video with the audio used in the train derailment video…

As for stats, Fred’s Train Derailment FHRITP video is even more successful than John Cain’s original, standing tall with over 4.6 million views at press time. If somehow you’re still not convinced these videos are a fake publicity stunt, the next video will surely do the trick.

John Cain "Interviews" Fred About Fuck Her Right in The Pussy

As the two previous FHRITP videos grew in popularity, Cain set to work, and created a t-shirt featuring the slogan. Shortly after, on May 2, 2014, Cain released an ad for his t-shirt interview with Fred.

The acting in the interview is about 2 notches below your average porn video. In one bit Cain seems to distance himself from the absurdly transparent commercial aspect, saying, “it’s so big they’re selling t-shirts.” But one second later, Fred is asking him for a free one, to which Cain obliges.

So basically the interview goes on awkwardly with Fred explaining how he was inspired by Cain’s original video and both of them keeping up the Laura Ingle charade that’s already been proven to be fake.

In a sad commentary on humanity, this shitty “interview” has been watched 2+ million times.

Fred Interrupts Live Oil Leak Report to Yell "Fuck Her Right in the Pussy"

By the time this was released on May 19, 2014, the original Fuck Her Right in the Pussy videos had gained tens of millions of total views on both LiveLeak and YouTube.

That very same day, the public debunking began. News site Mediate issued a solid takedown of the train derailment video, even going so far as to ask people to stop sharing the Fuck Her Right in the Pussy videos.

Yet the genie was out of the proverbial bottle, and the viral hoax had taken roots in the real world, with people showing up at College GameDay carrying some very creative FHRITP signs and shouting, “Fuck Her Right in the Pussy!”

Fred Trolls Live Halloween Costume Report and Says "Fuck Her Right in the Pussy"

By August 2014, the videos are becoming so fake it’s a miracle anyone still believes they’re real. This video starts with a reporter interviewing a woman about Halloween costumes. The woman claims she’s going to be a prostitute then quickly bolts.

Our hero Fred shows up next wearing a scary looking mask, but then says he has something “scarier.” He looks away, swaps the mask for his signature glasses and hoodie, and turns to the camera to bust out his now infamous line, “Fuck Her Right in the Pussy.”

Fred Jumps Into Live Power Grid Report to Shout "Fuck Her Right in the Pussy"

In this FHRITP video from September 2014, Fred jams his way onto a Milwaukee broadcast so aggressively you’d think he’d be arrested before he had a chance to say “Fuck Her Right in the Pussy!”

By now it’s not only completely obvious that all of these people are all actors, it almost seems as if even the creators are tired of the gag.

But apparently not everyone’s tired of fuck her right in the pussy. Lately, FHRITP is popping up more and more in real life.

Perhaps the most notable example is FSU quarterback Jameis Winston, who stood on a table and shouted the phrase right in the middle of campus, resulting in a full-game suspension and accusations of snitching directed at students who Tweeted about the incident.

I have a feeling there’s still some enterainment to be had here, so get on the OMG mailing list and stay-tuned for more “Fuck Her Right in the Pussy” news and updates.

OMG Email Updates

Read This Next


Related Topics