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Old 05-28-2009, 09:17 AM   #1
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Default Video of an electrocution on a train in India

I just found this link and had to come back here to share it.

Feel the power of stupid.

http://nothingtoxic.com/media/124347...n_Top_of_Train

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Obviously, the guy was mentally unstable or under the influence.

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It is common to ride the top and ever other part of the train in India.
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It is common to ride the top and ever other part of the train in India.
You can pretty much do whatever you want with a vehicle (edit: trains/cars/motorcycles) there except run over a cow.
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I wonder if he filled out an EEWP...
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I saw that happen to a pigeon once in an MTA tunnel, got between the catinery and a conduit. Same sound, but all that was left was a few burning feathers floating to the roadbed.

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