These are two videos taken aboard an Asiana Airlines flight to Daegu, South Korea, where a passenger in his 30’s decided to open an emergency door mid-flight. The plane was able to land safely, and the man admitted to authorities he opened the door, but didn’t provide a reason why.
Because, despite being completely blind to my own, I can still recognize someone else’s poor decision making, this is a video of a couple guys almost losing their car to Poseidon while trying to launch a jet ski on the beach. Should they have just unloaded the jet ski at
Because Florida Man has to summer somewhere, this is some Vermont State Police dashcam footage of a man in an excavator attempting to prevent the arrest of his 24-year old son by swinging the bucket of the heavy machinery at police. Unsurprisingly, both have since been arrested, where, God willing,
Because bad ideas come in all shapes and sizes, three drivers were recently arrested after coming up with the genius idea of doing burnouts in the parking lot of the Dearborn Police Department in Michigan. The drivers even went as far as taunting and yelling at the police before being
This is a local Fox 11 news report about a Tesla driver who launched down Baxter Street (with a 32% grade) in the Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles Saturday night, catching what can only be described as Dukes Of Hazzard levels of air before crashing into a garbage can
Because bad decisions come in all shapes and sizes, this is a video of a motorist presumably determined to Eat Fresh leaving the relative safety of an unflooded street to enter a very flooded parking lot, and paying the price. That price being immediately getting stuck and starting to float
Because bridge weight limits, much like speed limits, are merely suggestions that you can choose to ignore based on your own misguided driving prowess, this is a video of a tour bus driver pushing a one lane, 10-ton maximum bridge in Beaver, Arkansas to its limit as it crosses a
Because these sorts of things need to be talked about, /TVTooHigh is a subreddit for photos of flatscreen televisions mounted too high, or posts from people seeking feedback about the height they’ve mounted their own televisions, most of which are entirely too high, or low. From what I’ve seen, the