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No responsible adult would find this funny

Russian drunk drives car inside airport. (EXTRA FOOTAGE) Benny hill version

14 comments to No responsible adult would find this funny

  • Chad Irby

    The best part was where the guy slid the thin glass doors closed, so carefully.

  • Agammamon

    The only thing that could have made that video better is if he managed to get away in the end.

  • bobby b

    I don’t know any responsible adults.

  • Phil B

    To be fair, he DID keep his hazard flashers on throughout the incident.

    They missed out a comedy opportunity when he drove through the extending tape barrier. He could have reversed and pretended to have been catapulted back the way he came. Just saying, is all …

    I think when the cops caught up with him, he would have been given “The hamster” (i.e. punched so severely his eyes would be closed down to slits and his face swollen to resemble the aforementioned rodent). >};o)

    It will be forwarded on to he usual suspects!

  • Sonny Wayze

    Isn’t the ‘Russian Drunk Drives Car’ redundant somehow?

  • Laird

    You’re right: not funny. But I will concede that it cries out for “Yakety Sax”.

  • Runcie Balspune

    But I will concede that it cries out for “Yakety Sax”.

    Join the queue: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8mUMSi5M8g

  • Patrick Crozier

    Are they sure he was drunk?

  • Fred the Fourth

    Nothing fundamental has changed since Hedrick Smith wrote “The Russians”.
    Except the proliferation of video cameras.

  • Mr Ed

    It’s actually a pleasant surprise that they didn’t riddle the guy with bullets, I’m pretty sure that would have been the reaction in the US or the UK. Some of the spectators seem to react as if this was something that happens now and then in airports.

  • PersonFromPorlock

    Drunk he may have been, but he certainly threaded a few needles without scraping anything.

  • Fred the Fourth

    PfP: I noticed that also. He drives better drunk than many Californians drive on their best sober day.

  • Paul Marks

    Mr Ed is correct – as display of Russian tolerance.

    Killing people, without orders to do so, seems not to be the fashion in Russia.

  • djc

    I am surprised that even at the end there appear to be so few people in the chase, and not a blue light in sight.