A California man who rushed into his apartment to save a rack of barbecue ribs from a nearby fire gave an interview to a local news cameraman on the scene–and video of the interview has since gone viral.
Robert Wright was grilling meat at around 3 a.m. at his apartment in Fresno when a fire broke out in a neighbor’s unit, according to local Fox affiliate KMPH.
After first securing his family, Wright headed back inside and saved what any of us would: the rack of barbecue ribs left on the grill.
“The only thing I think first man, ‘make sure them ribs is right,'” Wright continued.
“I got my kids first, first thing I got my kids, and then I thought about my ribs, like ‘I don’t wanna let my ribs burn and stuff,’ cause I take pride in what I do, man.”
The video is an instant classic–not because Wright saved the rack of ribs, which I’m sure any of us would do. It’s because he holds them up on a spit for the entire duration of the interview. And they really do look delicious.
Since its posting on YouTube Tuesday, the video has already racked up more than 100,000 hits in 24 hours.
Check out Wright’s full interview above.