There have been plenty of revelations in Roy Keane's new autobiography that highlight his confrontational nature, and this cartoon may help to explain why. 

We all know that Roy Keane doesn't suffer fools gladly, to put it diplomatically, but where does all that anger come from? We're not too sure, but the folks at Project Babb have an idea, which is why they've made this bizarre yet brilliant animation. 

It takes on several incidents described in Keane's book as a starting point, and then takes the in strange new directions for comic effect. Some crude drawings and a terrible Oirish accent complete the piece, which will probably merit a chapter in Keano's next book.

Via Project Babb