London, Dec 27 (ANI): A gorilla playing the drums has pipped Cristiano Ronaldo to top the list of the most searched for "humorous" subject on the internet.
According to a survey by search engine Ask.com, the Cadbury's Dairy Milk TV advert featuring a gorilla (Drumzilla) playing the drums to Phil Collins' hit 'In The Air Tonight' was named the funniest story on the net in 2008 for UK web-users.
And the pictures and stories of a perma-tanned Man United star, Ronaldo, 23, in his skimpy trunks were the second most searched for funny items on the Internet.
At the third spot was the incredible rant by Heather Mills McCartney, 40, to reporters on the steps of the High Court after her divorce.
And the fourth most searched for funny item was Tina Fey, 38, star of the US series Saturday Night Live, doing her wild impression of Sarah Palin, 44.
Rounding off at the fifth position was ex England coach McClaren, whose accent appears to have gone Dutch since he took over FC Twente, in Holland.
Other faves included the shoes thrown at George Bush, 62, in a press conference, baffling Welsh road signs, reports The Daily Star.
Ask.com's list of most searched for "humorous" subject on the Internet is:
1. Cadbury's Dairy Milk advert of a gorilla playing the drums.
2. Cristiano Ronaldo on holiday in a pair of tiny shorts
3. Heather Mills' court rant after her divorce hearing
4. Tina Fey's Sarah Palin impression on 'Saturday Night Live'
5. Football manager Steve McClaren's attempts to give an interview in fake Dutch accent
6. David Beckham looking at cheerleaders in Los Angeles
7. Mayor Boris Johnson's 'ping pong' speech at the Olympics
8. Humorous Welsh road signs
9. John Sergeant's performances on 'Strictly Come Dancing'
10. A shoe being thrown at George Bush at a press conference (ANI)