Unbeknown to the rest of the world, Sacha Baron Cohen stealthily revived one of his most popular creations by filming and editing a Borat sequel in secret. News of the unexpected follow-up only arrived last week, but after a brief streaming bidding war, Amazon has emerged as the exclusive home for the Borat sequel.

Fourteen years on from the release of Borat's first big-screen adventure, Sacha Baron Cohen is bringing him back only this time things are decidedly more political. Suitably (and ridiculously) titled  Borat: Gift of Pornographic Monkey to Vice Premiere Mikhael Pence to Make Benefit Recently Diminished Nation of Kazakhstan, the film will land on Amazon sometime next month. The first teaser was released via Twitter, and proving that timing is everything in comedy, it landed shortly before the first Presidential Debate. The short teaser features a selection of Trump footage with some highly satirical voice-over from  Sacha Baron Cohen in character.

Unlike the first time the world was introduced to the mankini wearing Borat, we all know who he is now, so Baron Cohen has taken things up a notch by going undercover as Borat. Earlier this year,  Sacha Baron Cohen made headlines for crashing a far-right rally for a singsong, it wasn't clear at the time, but now we know that his antics were indeed for the Borat sequel. News recently emerged that on several occasions during filming, concerns for Baron Cohen safety were so intense that he had to wear a bulletproof vest under his Borat costume. 

Aside from a possible resurgence of mankini enthusiasts, and a range of catchphrases, the return of Borat couldn't have come at a better time, or a more needed time. Borat: Gift of Pornographic Monkey to Vice Premiere Mikhael Pence to Make Benefit Recently Diminished Nation of Kazakhstan will be available on Amazon Prime on October 23.