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'Maybe Some Mouthwash?': The Viral Fyre Festival BJ Guy Responds To Flume Eating Ass At Burning Man

He became a household name after Netflix's Fyre Festival documentary aired, and now Andy King has waded into the latest viral oral incident.

In the doco 'FYRE: The Greatest Party That Never Happened' that aired on Netflix, the 58-year-old told a story about how FYRE's boss Billy McFarland asked him to perform oral sex on a customs official in order to release truckloads of Evian water they were holding.

"I literally drove home, took a shower, I drank some mouthwash," King says in the doco.

"I'm like, oh my gosh... I'm really-- and I got into my car to drive across the island to take one for the team. I got to his office fully prepared to suck his d*ck."

Ultimately customs simply extended the deadline for the festival organises to pay the $175,000 bill meaning King was off the hook.

The moment was just one absurdity in the debacle that was FYRE Festival, but King's deadpan delivery coupled with the absolute madness of the story became one of the standout moments of the documentary, catapulting him into viral fame.

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While it first appeared that King would become known only as "that blowjob water guy", he has since been able to parlay that into "five TV show offers and a new podcast coming called 'Mouthwash'".

King is currently in Australia and stopped by Nova 96.9's Fitzy & Wippa to discuss all things... oral, including the latest from Burning Man.

The radio hosts didn't tell King why Aussie recording artist Flume had been trending in the last few days but simply told him to have a scroll through Twitter.

If you missed it, during the festival Flume seemingly responded to a fan sign that asked: "Does Flume even eat ass?" by putting his face into the rear of a consenting stranger in front of a massive crowd.

The moment was posted to Paige Elkington's Instagram story and eventually removed, but not before it was screen recorded and posted all over the web.

Without knowing what had gone down, King simply responded to Fitzy and Wippa, "Do I need to give [Flume] a hug?... Maybe a bit of mouthwash.

"Bless his little heart," King said of his new comrade in oral activities.

You can listen to the full interview where King also discusses the response to the FYRE doco, as well as his thoughts on what festival director Billy McFarland will do when he gets out of jail here.

'FYRE: The Greatest Party That Never Happened' is available to stream on Netflix.

Featured image: Netflix / Getty Images.