It may have worked for Kendall Jenner in her now infamous Pepsi ad, however a wag in the US has attempted to quell a riot and riot police with cans of the fizzy drink with less than spectacular results.
Comic Vito Gesualdi bought a whole bag of Pepsi to hand out to protestors and police at a protest at California’s Berkeley University. Check Gesualdi’s video of the action – all intertwined with snippets of Kendall’s initial ad – below:
Gesualdi is initially stopped by police from bringing the cans into the protest for fears they’ll be used as missiles.
However, he manages to sneak a few in, however, the sugary beverages fail to placate either rioters or riot police who appear too preoccupied chucking witches hats and tear gas at each other.
And to see how cola beverages can bring world peace, here’s Kendall’s efforts one more time:
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