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Drinking and Driving? Daredevil Chugs Beer While Sitting on Hood of Moving Car


A young man was captured enjoying sipping what appears to be a bottle of beer while sitting on a moving car in the centre of the Russian city of Voronezh in November. The video went viral, provoking facepalms, heated debate, and condemnation from fellow city residents. Is this just a fun-loving stunt or stupid, reckless, and dangerous behavior?

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