It Looks As Though People Are Intentionally Breaking Legs For Fun In Russia

Here's something I would pay 12 bucks to watch if it was an organized sport.

Tommy Gimlerby Tommy Gimler
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They might not shower in very often in hood of Nizhny Tagil, Russia, but goddamn, do they know how to party or what?

Apparently downing four bottles of Stolichnaya and binging on Halo 3 with your crew doesn’t satisfy the young adults in Russia quite like it does for their American counterparts. Picking up a bag of sticks and balls and walking 18 holes is something that looks as thought it’s absolutely out of the question over there as well.

So what exactly do they do for fun? Yup, you guessed it: They intentionally break their legs by having their friends jump on them as hard as they can.

Take a look at the proof below, but heads up, it’s tough to watch, folks.

It Looks As Though People Are Intentionally Breaking Legs For Fun In Russia

Holy balls, man. It looks as though those crazy freaking Russians will do anything to not have to go into work at the asbestos factory.

It’s unknown exactly why the trio of drunks came to a collective decision to bust up what used to be this young lady’s left leg, but if it was part of one those elaborate Russian insurance scams, then they just broke the first rule of elaborate Russian insurance scams, which of course is that you don’t film yourself partaking in an elaborate Russian insurance scam.

Then again, who knows? In that part of Russia, that guy might be a doctor.

h/t The Sun

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