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Bamboo-zled! Driver of a truck loaded with bamboo poles tries to negotiate a hump in the road and suffers a spectacular fail

  • Footage shows driver trying to get over hump with over 100 bamboo poles
  • Clip from Chachoengsao, south central Thailand, shows his hilarious fail
  • On second attempt driver succeeds but poles fall off vehicle and onto the road

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This is the hilarious moment a Thai truck driver fails to get over a road hump because his vehicle is so heavily-laden with bamboo.

Amusing footage shot in Thailand[2]‘s Chachoengsao province shows the silver truck desperately trying to get over the steep incline.

The vehicle is carrying over 100 pieces of bamboo, making it too heavy to drive over the hump.

Amusing footage shot in Thailand’s Chachoengsao province shows a silver truck desperately trying to get over a steep incline in the road

Bamboo-zled! Driver of a truck loaded with bamboo poles tries to negotiate a hump in the road and suffers a spectacular fail

The vehicle is carrying over 100 pieces of bamboo, making it too heavy to drive over the hump

Instead of driving forward the truck rolls back with the weight of the wood and the driver is forced to try again.

With his hazard lights blaring, he tries a second time and is astounded to have actually made it.

But after a split second a loud noise can be heard and the wood comes crashing off the back of the truck onto the road.

A man and his dog walk out from behind some trees in astonishment as the motorist is forced to stop, go back, and clear the road.

Bamboo-zled! Driver of a truck loaded with bamboo poles tries to negotiate a hump in the road and suffers a spectacular fail

Instead of driving forward the truck rolls back with the weight of the wood and the Thai driver is forced to try again

Bamboo-zled! Driver of a truck loaded with bamboo poles tries to negotiate a hump in the road and suffers a spectacular fail

With his hazard lights blaring, he tries a second time and is astounded to have actually made it

Bamboo is a widely used in countries across south east Asia as a building material and food source.

They can grow nearly a metre in the space of just 24 hours, at a rate of an inch every 40 minutes.

For this reason giant bamboo is of particular economic significance in countries across the continent.

Bamboo-zled! Driver of a truck loaded with bamboo poles tries to negotiate a hump in the road and suffers a spectacular fail

But after a split second a noise crash can be heard and the wood comes crashing off the back of the truck onto the road (pictured)

References

  1. ^ e-mail (www.dailymail.co.uk)
  2. ^ Thailand (www.dailymail.co.uk)



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