Russian Lunacy Never Ceases to Amaze

Wow, just wow.

Driving on a pontoon bridge is something that could make anyone feel uneasy. But when you’re driving on a Russian pontoon bridge, just hope you’ll make it to the other side in one piece. Or perhaps you could just float there. In another moment of something so messed up it could only happen in Russia, bear witness as this Ford Focus is slowly driving across a semi-flooded pontoon bridge. The driver comes to a complete stop upon realizing the water level is a bit too high for his car.

While considering his options (there aren’t many) a huge dump truck suddenly passes by and causes a flood of its own. Does the truck driver stop to help? Nah, why bother being inconvenienced over someone else’s new found problem. Russia, how we so love your mysterious ways.

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