This State Just Made A PSA Encouraging Pedestrians To Get Hit By Cars

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It'll all make sense after you watch it.

The Colorado Department of Transportation is taking a novel approach to encourage its residents to be more careful when crossing the street. The state has produced a parody PSA titled “Hank’s How To Get Hit By A Car Video Series.” It stars a cheesy pitchman who looks straight out of a 1970s infomercial. The video itself is kind of funny and inoffensive but has still created some controversy, as measured by the few comments left on it.

People seem to be pretty pissed that their tax dollars were spent to make a psa that is funny but not very informative. Check it out for yourself and let us know if Coloradans (is that a word?) should be pissed.

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