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VIDEO: Sonic The Hedgehog Sells Insurance

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Do you find yourself waking up in the middle of the night, drenched in sweat, heart going like the clappers, wondering what happened to Sonic the Hedgehog? No, ahem, us neither. What do you think we are? Jeez…

However, just in case you were curious as to the whereabouts of the speedy insectivore, let us put your mind at rest. Like his good mate Iggy Pop he’s hawking insurance to the people of America.

Oh, Sonic, has it come to this?

Any idea on what he might need insurance for? Let us know below.

(Image: YouTube)

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