Here's a hilaaaaarrious skit called Slovak Sling, which is a mock-guide to the art to bribery, directed by Malaysian director Woo Ming Jin. This skit is sooooooo funny and it really reminds me of Stephen Chow Sing-Chi's (Hong Kong comedian-actor and director) kind of humor. Slovak Sling is from the 15Malaysia series which are 15 short films that deal with social and political issues in Malaysia.
A bootleg DVD seller gets an advanced warning that there will be a police raid in his area. In the meanwhile he spies on a politician trying to bribe another politician to switch parties for the upcoming election. The bootleg DVD seller watches enthusiastically from afar, hoping to learn the art of bribery. Then suddenly the bootleg DVD seller's informant tells him told to immediately evacuate as the police are already in the area. He tries to run away but he trips and is caught by the police. Then he tries to re-enact what he has learned and tries to bribe the police officer (which is hilarious!!).
Here's the behind-the-scenes of Slovak Sling: