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Aussies lose it over 'unfazed' man in Bunnings sausage sizzle fight

Things took a turn for the wurst at a Bunnings sausage sizzle in Adelaide when one shopper seemingly stopped his car in the middle of the road to grab a bite.

In a dramatic video, filmed from the vantage point of the hardware store’s barbeque in Windsor Gardens, three men are caught on camera arguing aggressively.

An agitated man wearing a white shirt points his finger into the driver of a trailer during an expletive-laden grilling, while a person manning the sausage sizzle can be heard trying to cool the situation.

“Do you want a sausage to calm down guys?” he tries to interject.

Dramatic vision captured the moment a fight broke out in front of a Bunnings sausage sizzle in Windsor Gardens, South Australia. Source: TikTok
Dramatic vision captured the moment a fight broke out in front of a Bunnings sausage sizzle in Windsor Gardens, South Australia. Source: TikTok

With his question ignored, the trailer driver walks back towards his vehicle while taking a bite out of his sausage. But the man in the white shirt is still on a roll, yelling at him to “get the car out of my f***ing way.”

Meanwhile a third man in a red hat tries to control tempers, gesturing at the man in the white shirt to settle down. As both walk back to their vehicles, the man with the trailer gets the last word in, albeit an undistinguishable one as he chews his sausage sizzle.

‘Nothing gets in the way of a Bunnings sausage sizzle’

The clip on TikTok has gone viral since it was uploaded on Monday, racking up more than 134,500 views. Posted with the caption, “still eating his sausage from Bunnings,” many were quick to praise the man with the trailer.

“Love how he’s not gonna let a fight stop him from enjoying his Bunnings snag,” one person wrote. “When a man keeps eating you know he can handle himself,” another said.

“All I’m saying is, [if] you’re still munching on your Bunnings snag in an argument, you’re well and truly unfazed,” someone else added.

But others were seen to side with the man in the white shirt and his apparent car park grievance.

“Old mate treating the sausage sizzle as if it’s a drive thru,” one user wrote. “Get the car out of the way, this isn’t Maccas,” commented another. “Move ya trailer, you don’t just block the way,” a third agreed.

All's well that ends well, as they say, and plenty of people agreed the altercation was “well worth the trouble.”

“Never get in the way of a Bunnings sausage,” one wrote. “Nothing comes between a person and their Bunnings sausage sizzle, nothing!” another claimed.

“True knob in the white shirt,” another said. “Imagine living with his big mouth.”

“Think he is hangry,” someone replied. “Give him a free sausage and fast.”

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