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This Coke can sounds exactly like Chewbacca

Johannes Hansen hasn't been having a productive week. And we're grateful for that.

He and a colleague Søren were "fooling around at the office" when they noticed that a can of Cokacola Zero bore a striking similarity to one hairy Star Wars character when pushed across a table top.

Just think - in previous generations before the advent of YouTube, this event would only have lived in the 'moment'. It would die a slow, painful death in repeated anecdotes, finished with a pitiful "You had to be there".

Thanks, Internet. Where would we be without you. 

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