Friday, April 19, 2024

VIDEO: Stunt goes completely wrong – Toyota owner thrown out of car

Surprisingly, it was the man and not the car that survived.

The video here is not an April Fool's joke, although it could well look like one with a little too wild use of special effects.

It originates from a beach as far away as Kuwait, where a Toyota FJ Cruiser met its end on the beach in the town of Abu Al-Hasaniya.

All because the man behind the wheel, who according to the New York Post is 34 years old – tore the wheel a little too much and a little too aggressively. The speed has probably also been at the high end.

And at least he wasn't wearing a seatbelt at all. Because when the car flips around itself several times, the man, who was dressed all in white, is thrown out and straight into the water.

READ ALSO: 17-year-old must not drive a car after moped ride of 68 metres

Now you can think for yourself. Among other things. about the man's chances of survival. But shortly after the trip out of the car, the man gets up and goes back onto the beach.

In the meantime, the car is badly damaged at the water's edge. Unfortunately, the story contains very little information about what happened next. Both with car and man.

Or what the latter actually spends on achieving. Other than a completely obvious accident just waiting to happen. But it is certain that the police were notified of the accident. And that the car was subsequently towed away from the beach.

Locals write that the authorities have seized the car, although it would probably be more accurate to call the Toyota a wreck.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qev6wsFC2uw&t=86s

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