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Homeless man's amazing Breaking Bad impressions were a viral stunt

The video was filmed as a sketch.

WHAT’S REAL AND what’s fake in this world? We just don’t know any more.

A viral video of a homeless man doing Breaking Bad impressions for food has turned out to be a dud.

The video, posted to Reddit yesterday, is filmed from a car approaching a homeless man to give him some food. The guys asks him to do impressions of various Breaking Bad characters they had seen a previous day.

As it turns out, the homeless man in question isn’t homeless at all, but voice-over professional Miles Allen.

Allen told The Huffington Post that he began performing impressions from the show for his two friends who thought it would make a great sketch to post online.

We shot it yesterday, put it online, and thought it would be a success if it got 1,000 hits by the end of the week.

But the video blew up, and has been watched almost 300,000 times.

Source: Corey Webb

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