Sports Commentator Who Became Viral Hit Commentating On The Banal Hilariously Appraises Phillip Island’s Penguins

Sports Commentator Who Became Viral Hit Commentating On The Banal Hilariously Appraises Phillip Island’s Penguins
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With not much to do following a global shut down of sports just about everywhere, BBC sports commentator Andrew Cotter (pictured below) turned his golden tonsils to calling banal, everyday life events.

His viral videos have become a global hit and his latest even comes with a distinct Australian flavour.

Cotter – an obvious fan of the motorcycle racing track at Phillip Island – has turned his attention away from a lack of bike racing to the island’s penguin colony for his latest instalment.

The video has gone viral on social media and you can check it out below:

Cotter commented: “I knew all about the penguins of Phillip Island before this and have visited Melbourne and the Great Ocean Road or Mornington Peninsula every year for the past 15 years,” he said. I love it all down there, so this was a natural fit.”

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