Lighter side: Saudi Arabian lawyers create hilarious A-Team parody video

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A group of Dentons lawyers working in Saudi Arabia have put their talents together and made a short parody video of The A-Team opening.
Complete with theme song, low budget 80s imagery and the comedic style the decade was known for, it’s obvious these lawyers were huge fans of The A-Team and knew the show inside-out. The clip even includes the team’s own Howling Mad Murdock who has a habit of eating memos and beating his desk with a shoe.
The Denton office is found in Riyadh and boasts two partners and a team of lawyers from the US, UK and Saudi Arabia. Some of these are featured in the clip. A partner from the firm’s Jeddah location also makes a cameo in the post-credits scene.
With great pleasure, we provide the clip below. As Mr T would say, “I pity the fool who doesn’t watch this video!”

  • Louise Steer on 5/11/2015 2:48:18 PM

    So glad they're happy working with such an oppressive and unfair legal system. Where do I start? How about with Raif Badawi, sentenced to 10 years jail and 1000 lashes, which they carry out 50 at a time and have to wait up to 10 months while he recovers before they lash him again. He's due for round 2 soon. Amnesty is trying to help him. Or the Saudi cleric who raped and killed his 5 year old daughter just in case she wasn't a virgin, who was released after payment of blood money to his ex wife. Or the Saudi women who were jailed for 70 days after breaking the ban on driving. Of course all this justifies why Saudi Arabia is now the leader of the UN Human Rights Committee. We are living in the insane world of Kafka right now (and he was a lawyer!)

  • Strut on 4/11/2015 7:29:20 PM

    That hottie is out of your league Camel!

  • Camel on 3/11/2015 11:54:52 PM

    Who is that cute white boy young whitie? Hmmmm hmmmm hmmmm

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