Testing the World Cup's Vuvuzela on the streets of New York [VIDEO]

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We hate to toot our own horn -- so we borrowed one. The vuvuzela, the $2.50 plastic trumpet buzzing from the World Cup in South Africa to around the planet, might be the most powerful low-budget annoyance ever. Many fans, players and broadcasters hate it. But how does it play right here at home? The Buy-o-meter rating: 2 out of 5




WalletPop's Ron Dicker took to the streets of Manhattan with a vuvuzela provided by a loyalist at the South African restaurant Braii. Watch how city folk who are known to have seen and heard everything answer the call of the vuvuzela.

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