Sacha Baron Cohen reincarnated as Borat and wrote a letter to a fan

British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen, also known as his comedy character Borat, reincarnated as his alter ego and wrote a note to a fan. It was reported by the website Distinct Today.

The 49-year-old comedian was shopping at a grocery store in Sydney’s eastern suburbs when a man approached him for a photo. Despite his reluctance to be photographed, the entertainer decided to give the man’s son a consolation prize – a piece of paper signed by his satirical alter ego, Borat Sagdiyev.

A fan of the comedian later uploaded a photo of the piece of paper to social media. “Alex, I like sex. Borat,” the note read. The man was satisfied. “So, I thought of a message for my son Alex, and this is what he wrote. The man is a legend!” – he commented on the artist’s gift.

Borat is one of the most popular alter egos of a British comedian. He is a journalist from Kazakhstan who came to the United States. As part of the journey across America Borat communicates with the locals and learns the peculiarities of their lives. The film was a box office hit, grossing $261 million on a budget of $18 million.