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Car Appears Out Of Sea Foam, Nearly Hits Coppers

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Because even mother nature can't stop a crazy person, here's is a video of a car (not that bus) magically appearing out of the sea foam created by the flooding in Australia due to a recent cyclone. It nearly hits the two officers standing there. How they both kept their cool and didn't baton the car's windows out is beyond me, because I would have been tazing the shit out those lunatics.

Hit the jump for the wait -- is that somebody wading in the stuff by the back of the bus?!

Thanks to sara and Llama Bob, who agree anybody who orders sea foam colored paint at Home Depot and gets something this color has the right to be pissed and demand a free power tool.

There are Comments.
  • LittleBigFace

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?...

    Perfect background music, just got to know what point to play it at.

  • asdfasdfasdf

    waiting to hear that this was faked at some future point

  • OH HO HO HO HO HO!

  • Dani

    the jacks had it cumming for sitting in cum in the middle of the street

  • JimmyThr

    Like a bauss

    now I hate myself even more

  • Idlethoughts

    Stealth mode engage!

  • grahamfelts

    20,000 Leagues Under The Foam.

  • Closet Nerd

    Apparently, "Daddy reading Geekologie is too distracting at story time,"
    .... are you kidding me?!
    Daddy reading Geekologie MAKES story time awesome.... or somethin
    ..... just sayin

  • DoubleFish

    What kind of douchebag would apply gas AT ALL with zero visibility?!

  • Leo

    Ehhhh he wasn't going thaat fast. Not really a close call. Plus, those dildos are standing in the middle of the road to watch the cars drive through it.

  • Andy Green

    What a douche!

  • Guest

    If there's one thing that I've learned from the Internet, it's that Australia is fucking crazy.

  • Brant_Alan

    In the driver's defense he probably didn't anticipate the Wonka Mobiles' bubbly foam to get THAT out of control.

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