Dog tease video tops YouTubes most watched poll

Tuesday, 20th December 2011

A video that shows a dog ‘talking’ about how unhappy he is at not being given dog food has been named the most watched video on YouTube in 2011.

The video, named Ultimate Dog Tease, has been viewed over 74,000,000 times by people across the world.

In the film, the dog is being told about all the meat that his owner, who is filming, has eaten, and tells the dog how he also gave some to the cat.

This video beat off a viral advert for T-Mobile that showed actors pretending to be guests of the Royal Wedding dancing down the aisle.

Kevin Allocca, trend manager for YouTube, said: "The ten most watched YouTube videos of 2011 show that around the world, whatever language we speak, there are certain things that bring us together around a computer screen or mobile phone."

Also in the top ten watched videos from 2011 were Michael Collings's Britain's Got Talent audition and Talking Twin Babies.