Europe, an expensive overseas cooking school populated by pussies, is still busy finding ever more outrageous ways to offend American sensibilities. First, it was the whole WWII thing, which we had to go straighten out ourselves. Then there was Monty Python. (Was he making fun of us? I think he was making fun of us.) And now, these Eurotrash types are too good to buy cars, all of a sudden.
Yesterday afternoon, FOX 17 reporter Abbey Sloan—who I graduated high school with!—visited an auto repair shop to report on a 50-60 car pileup in Mecosta, Michigan. Instead, she witnessed (and recorded) an angry customer's dangerous destruction. Yikes!
Don't try this at home! Actually, don't try it anywhere—ever. Anyway, here's a four-minute video of a Nicaraguan school bus driver literally fording a raging river. Twice! (The bus is full, by the way.) Brave? Idiot? Brave idiot?
Here's a video that someone took over the course of an hour of a roundabout in Erfurt, Germany. After recording the massive, embarrassing confusion that occurred during the hour, our videographer edited it down to the best (worst) two-and-a-half minutes.
Here's some amateur video that was taken today in New York City's Brooklyn Heights neighborhood. Watch as sanitation workers attempt to free a snowbound front loader—and destroy a nearby Ford Explorer in the process. 2010's blizzard claims another!
In Soviet Russia, trucks don't drive around water—they drive through water! Or so it appears in this predictably insane video, featuring nearly three minutes of Russian truck drivers—and their vehicles of choice—plowing through seemingly unmaneuverable roadways. Watch inside.
It's the Monday after a holiday. Naturally, everybody is a bit off. Sort of like this Mitsubishi 3G Eclipse, which—after some freezing rain in Minnesota last week—tried (and failed) to park on a nearly flat driveway. Watch inside.
At first sight, there doesn't seem to be anything remarkable about this—just some surveillance footage of a car about to park in front of a shop. But wait! Because instead of parking... well, watch and see what happens.
On Friday, Elizabeth Crull was arrested for DUI after crashing her car into a school bus in Orlando, Florida. Moments after the crash, Crull gave an... enlightening (read: still drunk) interview to a local news crew. Watch—and laugh—inside.
In what is probably some sort of "viral ad," a bunch of Chinese stunt drivers created a track to resemble a game of Pac-Man—and then played it using a bunch of Chevy Cruzes. Watch the action unfold inside.