Hilarious clip shows Scot “pushing Siri to its limits” to find holiday song

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A HILARIOUS video shows a Scot “singing” to Siri in a bid to find a song he had heard while partying in Thailand.

Amazingly, Stuart Govan’s mobile identifies the song as Fireball by Pitbull despite the 23-year-old’s lack of musicality.

The clip then switches to a delighted Stuart dancing enthusiastically to the track.

Stuart, from Bannockburn, near Stirling, can be seen seen sitting on the couch asking Siri to help him find the name of the song he heard at a boat party. His travelling companion, Fergus John, 23, from Stirling, looks on, amused.

Fergus shared the video to Twitter captioned: “Pushing Siri to its limits.”

The clip starts with the camera on Fergus smiling, while Stuart can be heard articulating his words to ensure Siri understands his thick Scottish accent, saying: “What is the name of the song with the lyrics ‘dur-radad-dur-dur-dur?’

Fergus can be heard laughing before it cuts to a clip of Stuart dancing to the song captioned with “Found it tae.”

Amazingly, Stuart Govan’s mobile identifies the song as Fireball by Pitbull despite the 23-year-old’s lack of musicality.

In the short clip, Stuart can be seen dancing into the room topless with grey shorts that are folded up with one leg wearing dark black sun glasses.

Stuart can be seen tapping in time rolling his hands in a danc-y way before slightly stretching his arms out and then pretending to hold a Fireball.

Fergus can be heard singing along to the song before Stuart approaches the camera and then appears to do a running motion before shouting “Fireball”.

stretching his arms out and then pretending to hold a Fireball.

On social media, Sharon Proudfoot said: “He is Scottish and it understood him.

Chris Gordon? posted: “You’re needing to use siri a bit more might save you going through every single song on spotify.”

Orlágh Craig Simone Burns added: “It’s literally just the scottish accent, this has made me so happy hahaha.”

Speaking today Fergus said: “We were travelling in Thailand and had gone on a boat party, heard the song and then a few nights later we were in Pattaya.

“After a couple bottles of vodka we remembered hearing that song.

“It was brilliant. We both just quit our jobs and got a one year work and travel visa and then just going to take it from there.”

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