- A short video has gone viral as it shows off an epic game of rock-paper-scissors
- The footage reveals a passenger on a flight playing the game with a tarmac worker prior to take off
- The video has already been viewed millions of times and inspired a serious challenge
The game of rock-paper-scissors has been a childhood favourite for years, but two young men decided to take the game to the next level.
Social media users decided their game was so epic, that footage of the interaction has gone viral.
The short video that captured the challenge was shared on Sunday by Brianna Kolbe (@bricheeseyy) via Twitter and included the caption: “My boyfriend literally has no problem making friends with anybody.”
In the video, Brianna’s boyfriend, Robert Meadows, decided to challenge one of the tarmac workers to a duel from a distance.
TIME.com reported on the encounter and what drove Meadows to participate in the game.
Meadows said, “I like to be friendly because not a lot of other people are.”
After the video went viral, Brianna tried searching for the mysterious tarmac worker and he was eventually identified as Allain Bantaya.
Breifly.co.za gathered the famous airport was based in Atlantic City, USA.
Spiral Staircase (@SpiralStaircas6) said, “Hope the pilot didn’t misunderstand the hand signals to take off on the wrong runway.”
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