What could go wrong? Louisiana & # 39; s attempt to destroy a wasp's nest with a homemade flame thrower, while a balanced chance of a wheelchair ends in a disaster
- A wasp's nest growing at the front door of the home of a Louisiana couple led the man's father Michael to take matters into their own hands
- Using a homemade flame thrower, made from a spray can and lighter, Michael stood on top of a rolling office chair to reach the nest
- But the wasps won this round after Michael lost his balance and fell
A Louisiana man failed spectacularly while trying to destroy a wasp's nest with a homemade flame thrower and a rolling chair.
In a video uploaded by ViralHog, an engaged couple in Reserve, Louisiana had a wasp nest at their front door. Instead of using bug spray, Michael, the father of the fiancé, decides to embody MacGyver to get rid of the nasty insects.
In the video, Michael tried to burn the nest by combining a lighter and spray paint to make a homemade flame thrower. To reach the nest, he stood on top of a rolling office chair that was still held by his son Mikhail.
A man from Louisiana is trying to get rid of a wasp's nest with a lighter and spray paint
& # 39; The gray chair in the video was not high enough to reach the nest, so my father-in-law grabbed the rolling computer chair to get up & # 39 ;, read the video description.
& # 39; My fiance had to hold the chair while my father-in-law sprayed the wasps. & # 39;
Michael managed to get a firefly to hit the nest before Mikhail, who was supposed to keep the chair stable, saw a wasp flying towards him and ran.
& # 39; My father-in-law started spraying wasps, one of which just happened to fall on the floor just before my fiancé, but he thought he was flying towards him. So he pushed on the chair and started running, scaring his father and dropping him. & # 39;
Fortunately Michael was able to get up quickly and flee inside. He didn't seem to be injured.
The rolling chair gives it out and he takes a heavy thump
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