An Up-Close Look At Toronto's Naked Borat From Every Single Angle (PHOTOS)

In case you somehow missed it, there was a giant, inflatable, naked Borat doll floating along Toronto's waterfront today, promoting the upcoming release of Borat 2. The film is set to release this Friday on Amazon Prime.

The doll sailed on a promotional barge along Cherry St., complete with several Kazakh flags proudly waving.

It was truly something to behold.

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The hilarious and lewd advertisement made its way from London and arrived in Toronto at noon.

The official title of the Borat sequel is quite a mouthful: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation Of Kazakhstan.

Despite not having the foggiest idea what that title is supposed to mean, we do know that the film itself could not be more highly anticipated.

The movie has already earned the approval and praise of Canadian comedy icon, Seth Rogen, who recently confessed to watching it six times already.

So, if you were wondering why you spotted naked Borat on the horizon today, now you know!

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