Danish handball-grabbing girls are going viral

Two handballers landing in an awkward position have become an internet hit

The Danes suffered many casualties during the battle (photo: iStock)
July 15th, 2014 12:37 pm| by admin
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A video of two Danish handballers has gone viral after they fell during a match between Randers and FC Midtjylland and landed in a position that many male handball fans were hoping would happen all along.

When one woman landed on top of an another, she quickly grabbed the other player's breasts to break the fall. A short moment of silence follows before they both smile and continue the game.

Little did they probably know that they had just made a viral hit, as the video is quickly spreading throughout the net.

News Online in Australia today called the Danish handball fall "sport’s most awkward moment".

Watch the video here:

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