Borats in mankinis invade Bondi Beach and take part in a yoga class

Gobsmacked beach goers watch on in amazement as dozens of Borats in mankinis invade Bondi Beach and take part in a yoga class A series of Borat lookalikes in trademark mankinis descended onto the sand at Bondi Beach on Thursday A massive sculpture of Borat now sits at Bondi's Marks Park much to the bemusement of confused locals Friday is the official global premiere of Sacha Baron Cohen’s highly anticipated Borat Subsequent Moviefilm

By Andrew Prentice For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 06:39 BST, 22 October 2020 | Updated: 06:41 BST, 22 October 2020

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Beachgoers at Sydney's iconic Bondi Beach were left stunned on Thursday after dozens of Borats in very questionable mankinis briefly took over the famous stretch of sand.

The hilarious publicity stunt adds to the anticipation of Friday's global release of Sacha Baron Cohen’s Borat Subsequent Moviefilm.

The popular eastern suburbs hub was even re-branded ‘Borat Beach’ ahead of tomorrow's movie release in more than 200 countries and territories globally.

A number of men (pictured) dressed in questionable 'mankinis' were spotted enjoying a yoga class on the sand at Bondi Beach on Thursday

A number of men (pictured) dressed in questionable 'mankinis' were spotted enjoying a yoga class on the sand at Bondi Beach on Thursday

The stunt was ahead of the world premiere of Sacha Baron Cohen's film Borat Subsequent Moviefilm which is released tomorrow

The stunt was ahead of the world premiere of Sacha Baron Cohen's film Borat Subsequent Moviefilm which is released tomorrow

A six metre high statue of Borat (pictured above) now sits at the top of Marks Park in Bondi. The statue arrived via helicopter in what was a grand entrance

A six metre high statue of Borat (pictured above) now sits at the top of Marks Park in Bondi. The statue arrived via helicopter in what was a grand entrance

Bondi Beach wasn't a place for the faint-hearted on Thursday, with a number of Borat lookalikes (pictured) enjoying some yoga

Bondi Beach wasn't a place for the faint-hearted on Thursday, with a number of

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