Saturday, 2 Mar 2024

Grunting bloke from America’s most inbred family whips out soft todger at fair

Followers of America's most inbred family got more than they bargained for when one grunting family member whipped out his soft todger on a trip to a fun fair.

Filmmaker Mark Laita from YouTube channel Soft White Underbelly, who has likened the family to the 1972 movie Deliverance, caught the shocking scene on camera while documenting the inbred brood on their way to the fair.

Laita regularly returns to the family's home town of Odd – a very fitting name – and this time around took the clan to the local state fair after revealing that Brandon, grandson of the patriarch, had a new son.

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In the latest YouTube update it seems Ray, who only uses grunts to communicate, needs to stop off at a supermarket to spend a penny on the way to the fair.

But, instead of waiting until he's actually inside of the loo to get his todger out, the bloke proceeds to get it out while walking through the aisles – completely unaware of how inappropriate his behaviour is.

And on entering the toilet Ray lets out a loud noise, seemingly annoyed that someone else is using the urinals, before loading into the car again to head to the festivities.

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On arrival the clan make goods use of the fair rides, with a female friend of filmmaker Laita taking lots of selfies with them. The family then go on to play some games in a bid to win some soft toys before finishing off the day with some well-earned cotton candy.

Earlier on the video the family welcomes an adorable blue-eyed great grandson into the fold. Braxton is the second child of Brandon, a 20-year-old who works in mine maintenance. In the video he says he also has a baby girl.

"Who's the little baby?" Laita asks as he approaches the porch of the wooden home, before being introduced to Brandon.

When Laita first reached out to the Whittakers about filming them for a documentary, he was promptly threatened by their protective neighbours.

However, the filmmaker was soon escorted by a police officer to meet them.

Laita's videos have been viewed by millions and he recalled his first impressions of the Whittakers on the Koncrete KLIPS podcast.

He explained: “It was like that little scene from Deliverance that everyone knows.

"We came around to this road, which turns into a country road, which turns into a dirt road, and we come to this trailer and then a little shack on the other side of the road.

"And there’s these people walking around and their eyes are going in different directions and they are barking at us.

"And then one guy, you would look at him in the eye or say anything and he would just scream and go running away, and his pants would fall around his ankles, and he would go running off and go and kick a garbage can.

"And this would happen over and over. It was out of control – the craziest thing I have ever seen."

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