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    A wonderful Border Collie became bored waiting in the wings and decided to rush on stage during a Chinese opera performance in Xianyou county in Putian, Fujian Province, southeast China.

    In the hilarious video, the black and white dog was biting on a performer's sleeve in the middle of a Chinese opera and refusing to leave the stage as the man tried to shake it off. Still, the courageous singers soldiered on with their performance amidst the audience's laughter. People are commenting on the video, saying that they are amazed by the singer's professionalism.  


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