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Bikers crashing on tram rails

20/01/2014 20:21 |  Comments: 

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No, this is not funny. These guys laughing on people crashing with their motorbikes are the worst.

In the comfort of the studio of a Paraguayan radio station some people, probably employees, were entertaining themselves by watching and recording unlucky people crashing with their motorbikes on the wet rails over and over again. The problem is not that they recorded it, but that they just laughed at these bikers, who may even have suffered fractures. No, dumbasses, it's not funny at all.

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