Hefty Hero Uses Russian Escape Hatch to Save the Day


Heroes come in all shapes and sizes.

To most people around the world the sunroof allows more light and air into the cabin for a more pleasurable driving experience. InRussia, it seems that the sunroof may have been added for an entirely different purpose. From what we can gather, a drunken fool stole a Volvo with an Artie Lange-esque comrade sitting in the back. Apparently the big guy didn't take this too well and turned to the Russian safety hatch to escape and handedly detain the drunk driver.

Word on the street is that quite soon after this video hit the net, the swollen saint got several calls from Hollywood to be a stunt double for the likes of Steven Seagal and Val Kilmer.

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