Colleges are just a hotbed for strange goings ons. The University of Northern Iowa is no exception to this. A recent video filmed near UNI's campus went viral on the social media video-sharing app Tik Tok.

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Northeastern Iowa has become quite the spot for viral video content over the past few months. One of the most popular viral stars includes Gucci the cow and Mason Corkery. The duo went viral on Tik Tok after going on various trips together to Dairy Queen and Chick-Fil-A.

Corkery, the human member of the duo, actually just released a video expressing his frustrations with Iowa State University. The social media star reached out to the college right before the Iowa vs. ISU game earlier this month.

In the end, the duo did not end up going to this game, and Mason Corkery gives a full explanation of what exactly happened.

You can check out that full video here!

Mason Corkery via Tik Tok

This viral video is a bit closer to home. An individual was driving and parked near the University of Northern Iowa when they came across something very strange. In the driver's seat of the nearby car wasn't a driver.

It was a giant Lego person...

Maybe he's a UNI Panthers fan?

The short clip was shared on the Iowa Chill official Tik Tok channel. After taking a closer look you can see this giant Lego figure was actually in the passenger seat. We're hoping that he gives good directions!

You can watch the full clip down below!

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