The Israel Defense Force (IDF) has found a unique way to pay tribute to the late actor Matthew Perry, who passed away on October 28 at the age of 54.
The IDF inscribed the words "This one's on Chandler Bing" in Hebrew script on a rocket intended for launch against Hamas terrorists in Gaza.
The image of the rocket was shared on social media by Israeli tech expert Hillel Fuld, sparking a range of reactions from the public.
The image quickly went viral, with many praising the IDF's sense of humor. Comments ranged from "Deploy the Bings!" to "It’s either start laughing or start screaming. I’m pretty proud of the fact that it’s the former."
Others noted how some cultural references transcend borders, describing Perry as a "giant who will be missed."
Matthew Perry gained fame for his role as Chandler Bing in the American sitcom "Friends."
He later authored a memoir detailing his struggles with alcohol and opioid addiction, which has helped many fans worldwide.
His death has led to an outpouring of tributes, including from his former "Friends" co-stars, who released a joint statement expressing their grief.