Indeed there is a part filmed in Spain and you’re gonna love this: it takes place in Sevilla (they even have a caption informing that this is Sevilla) and they make a point of telling that San Fermin is happening “right now” (yes, in Sevilla!) and they set the bulls loose, while there is a procession going on with a Virgencita.

For those not familiar, San Fermin, where the bulls are set loose in the street, takes place at the opposite side of the country, in Pamplona. So much cultural fail packed in those ten minutes.

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