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KING, ER, CAMEL OF THE WORLD — We're all familiar with the iconic 1990s movie "Titanic." Well, get ready for an amazing remake. Except instead of a sinking ship, it's a sinking camel.
The nearly 1-minute long video starts off OK. The pair on the camel are excited and ready to go. It's not until about 20 seconds in that things start to go south.
The camel struggles to get up and pushes the two riders forward as the animal is stuck on its knees.
A flute version of Celine Dion's "My Heart Will Go On," plays in the background of the entire video but gets progressively worse and off-key as the camel ride becomes more and more disastrous. The music really is the icing on the cake.
As the two hold on for dear life, their performance resembles "Titanic's" iconic "I'm king of the world" scene.
The animal tries to find its legs, and it does manage to stand up at one point, but it continues to stumble around until finally laying back down.
Thankfully in this "Titanic" story, this Rose and Jack realize there is plenty of room on the camel *cough, wooden door, cough* and no one has to unnecessarily sacrifice themselves after the camel sinks.