1. Skeptic says:

    I bet that guy ended up in the hospital.

  2. Orion314 says:

    nawww, hes WAY too stupid to go to the hospital.

  3. The DON says:

    With friends like those…

  4. PcMonster says:


  5. FRAGaLOT says:

    There’s been other videos like this before, but the guy sitting down wasn’t aware of the airbag.

    I’m glad I rely on my seat belt, than airbags.

  6. clancys_daddy says:

    Kind of explains the mentality of that global warming add.

  7. John E. Quantum says:

    Reminds me of the old joke that ends with “and now you may date my daughter”

  8. Animby - just phoning it in says:

    Just a weetle bit more wodka, comrade.

  9. TThor says:

    Better text: Drunk Russian retard being tricked into something very dangerous by f…g morons.
    Poor guy!

  10. BuzzMega says:

    This has now become the most popular ride at the Moscow Autotua Theme Park.

  11. deowll says:

    I would like to know who these people are and where they live so I can make sure I never do business with them or associate with them in any way what so ever.

  12. sargasso_c says:

    At least severe spinal concussion, probably internal organ damage. If his pelvis isn’t shattered I’ll be surprised. That guy needs to see a doctor.

  13. bobbo, make reality your friend says:

    sargasso==quite correct. Nearest thing is aircraft ejection seats and they are rocket powered for a reason. Can’t have an explosive device strong enough to clear the aircraft without killing the pilot. Earlier craft did have explosive devices but they were engineered to have just enough power to clear the tail of the jet which required the craft to be moving forward at 100 mph or so. Lots of physics involved here and the spinal cord has limits on the way up and the skull has limits on impact.

    Silly Russian.

  14. Joe says:

    In Soviet Russia, airbag inflates you.

  15. Ah_Yea says:

    MTV Jackass – Russian style.

  16. animby says:

    #14 – Bobbo : My father was involved in the early development of those rocket ejection seats when he was an engineer at a company called Rocket Power Inc. I was a kid. I think it was in Mesa, Arizona. He was always complaining the contractor (I assume the US Air Force) thought the shock absorbers were too heavy. I got to watch a couple of the tests. Jet propelled sleds and dummy pilots. Still exciting.

  17. bobbo, make reality your friend says:

    Animby–always the gentleman, not pointing out my errors. Of course, ballistic ejection seats do work to propel a pilot out of a cockpit about 10-15 feet, or enough to clear the tail of the aircraft if one is there. With that model in mind, the Russian only went 3-4 feet up so if his spine was “straight” he should have survived with no injuries. My gibberish about needing a rocket is a seperate issue having to do with wanting a safe ejection for planes that were on the ground and not moving–like aircraft carrier planes. Ballistics/explosions don’t work in that situation resulting in the need for a rocket to get high enough for a chute to deploy.

    One of the funniest films I’ve ever seen is the development of the Martin/Baker ejection seat. They showed a very nervous test pilot getting smashed into the ground (Ballistic systems) or into brick walls (rocket sleds) during the development of the rocket systems. Background “looked like” Mesa but I’ve never heard about the shock absorbers other than your butt or your helmet depending on how you landed?

    Training/learning new things. Good times.


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