Haibo: Viral clip shows man climbing on wing of plane before takeoff

Haibo: Viral clip shows man climbing on wing of plane before takeoff

- A video of a man climbing on the wing of an aeroplane has gone viral on online

- The 58-second clip had social media users shook at the man's pure bravery and foolishness

- The video was shared to Twitter by @SouljaSlim2005 and quickly gained over 900 000 views

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2020 is just getting weirder by the day. A clip has surfaced online of a man climbing on the wing of an aeroplane. @SouljaSlim2005 shared the 58-second clip to Twitter recently, saying that his mom's plane had been delayed due to the man's dangerous act.

The video starts with the man finding his balance to stand up on the aeroplane's wing. He then makes his way to the end of the wing and begins to climb up it. Some members of the airport security start walking towards him while others are on the ground.

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The unknown man then slips from the wing and hits the ground. Security then rushes over to pin him down. The video has gone viral on the app with over 907 000 views.

Haibo: Clip of man on aeroplane wing goes viral
A video showing a man climbing on an aeroplane's wing has gone viral on social media. Image: @SouljaSlim2005
Source: Twitter

Take a look at the video below:

According to JacarandaFM, the incident occurred at Las Vegas' McCarran International Airport. While NBC reported that the man who jumped over an airport fence to get to the wing was arrested by authorities.

Take a look at some of the reactions from tweeps below:

@NooooTouchyyy asked:

"How did he get up there in the first place?!?"

@LL__Cool__Dre said:

"When your homies are late for the flight so you hold it for 'em."

@itskash2you also asked:

"Where exactly was going once he reaches the peak of the wing?"

In other news about dangerous activity, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a mom and her four kids who were living at a transformer substation. The family had to be removed by the City of Johannesburg.

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It is currently not clear how long the family had been staying in the substation but the family was living in a very dangerous high voltage chamber in Randburg, Johannesburg.

Officials found a bed, clothes, stove and a fridge in the makeshift home. The Social Development Department is currently helping the family by looking for an alternative shelter.

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Source: Briefly News

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