Video: Crushing a Mazda with Someone Inside

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This clearly happens when people have too much spare time.

As the title suggests, someone somewhere (sounds like it's Polish) came up with the brilliant idea to send a Mazda3 to a claw crusher. Nothing all that interesting, right? Not exactly, because there's someone inside the doomed car the whole time. The guy filming the spectacle is clearly heard laughing throughout the ordeal and we think we can even hear screams coming from inside. Whatever gave someone the idea to do something like this is beyond us, but it's still pretty funny.

When the car goes out of the light, it does get pretty dark and hard to see, but we get the idea. Kind of gives a new meaning to the industry term of "compact sedan." Yes, we're too funny.

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