A man showed originality when it came to fit his cargo behind a truck, but his technique turned out to be as bad as it was dangerous
When he had to move several pieces of furniture and of long wooden planks (a garage?), this man did not hesitate to give of himself. Throughout the journey, it remained suspended from the cargo in order to keep it stable in the back of the truck… until it flew away with the boards! Filmed by the vehicle who was circulating behind, he offered us a rather crazy scene, which could have ended much worse…
The driver equipped with a Dash Cam does not seem afraid of this situation since he continues to drive behind this man hanging on these boards. Wouldn’t he be more unconscious than the suspended man himself?
Be that as it may, motorists seem dumbfounded by such a spectacle. It must be said that we have rarely seen a person with his arms so wide apart, hanging in the air behind a truck.
And what had to happen. With air and speed, the boards flew away and the man who held them with them. the vehicle who followed the truck closely managed to brake in time and this episode remained at the incident stage.
And you? How would you have reacted if you had circulated on this highway ?
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On the video posted on Reddit by u/purple-circlethe Web makes fun of the individual who thought it appropriate to retain the boards in this way, but also of the motorist who showed recklessness by following the truck and its surreal cargo too closely:
“Apparently some have seen the last Spiderman” or “In your opinion, how long after the start did he regret his choice but he could not communicate with the driver? » or “How is it possible to have a truck without ropes or strings to hang your cargo on the back. Even my Ford Focus has it! »
Here is the video to give you an idea of foolishness made by these men:
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