Talented teenager builds truck controlled with water and syringe

Talented teenager builds truck controlled with water and syringe

A young boy has become a viral sensation in the online community following his mind-blowing invention.

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A Twitter user named Joshua Gabriel Oluwaseyi shared the story of the talented kid on Twitter, which quickly went viral.

According to Oluwaseyi, the teenager managed to build a replica of the popular heavy loading truck known as a Caterpillar.

Even more interesting about the creation is the fact that he displayed a knowledge of hydraulics by building it to be powered with the use of a syringe and water.

Talented Nigerian teenager builds Caterpillar truck controlled with water and syringe (video)
Screenshot from the video of the talented teen putting his creation to work. Photo: @thejoshuaseyi

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In the video post shared, the smart kid was seen putting his invention to work as onlookers stopped by to gaze at what he created.

Sharing the post, Oluwasheyi said: "So this Nigerian teen from Akwa Ibom created this Caterpillar which he controls with water and syringe. This was filmed in Uyo state secretariat. Please retweet until his talent matters."

See the post below:

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Many on social media immediately took to the comment section to share their reactions to the ingenuity of the youngster. See reactions below:

Sharing another post in the comment section, Oluwasheyi revealed that someone in China has expressed interest in reaching the boy. See his tweet below:

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