Russian Player Wearing Metal Chain Around Neck Struck By Lightning & Vaporized
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This is some Thanos shite. Check out this Russian soccer player wearing a metal chain around his neck get struck by lightening...


(Barstool Sports)
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32 Comments
More Russian interference....
Reply24 days
Vaporized :lol:
Reply25 days
Mr. P TYFYS
Reply25 days
He’s laying on the ground! Not vaporized!
Reply25 days
If you idiots, mainly speaking to Larry, would just use the translate option on twitter you’d know he wasn’t “vaporized” and he’s alive and going to recover.
Reply25 days
Looks like 1.21 jigawatts. If only he had a flux capacitor instead of a chain.
Reply25 days
Too bad the chain wasn't touching the ground. If so he'd probably be alive and well.
Reply26 days
My Grandmama gave me that Chain
Reply26 days
Shocking
Reply26 days
Fake as frick.
Reply26 days
Lol, so the guy vaporized, Poof and hes gone.
Reply26 days
The dude wasn't vaporized. What I see from the poor quality video is a splash of mud add grass after the lighting grounded. The player is lying on the ground. It's hard to make out in the blurry video but he is there.
26 days
If he dies, he dies.
Reply26 days
"It's his chain, Bow!"
Reply26 days
Larry could work for CNN with the sensationalism in that headline
Reply26 days
Or the FAUX News Network.
25 days
Lazy bastard Leo Headline translates to: Moment of lightning strike ? Today, the condition is stable, cardiogram is normal, severe burns at the entrance and exit of lightning discharge. There is no threat to life, according to doctors.
Reply26 days
Yeah, well, I prefer to take Leo's word for it, so as far as I'm concerned the dude is vaporized.
26 days
Looked this up, the kid is in a medical induced coma and expected to recover fully.
Reply26 days
Quite a far cry from vaporized
26 days
But you gotta admit, vaporized sounds way cool, Lou
25 days
If only he hadn't worn the chain that day. Those billion volts/100,000 amps wouldn't have killed him if it hadn't been for that chain. We should ban all necklaces.
Reply26 days
That is why we do safety stand down on construction sites. According to National Geographic in the US you have a 1 in 3000 chance of being struck in your lifetime and 1 in 700,000 chance in dying from it in any given year. I wouldn't live in fear but still it makes sense not to stand in an open field during a thunderstorm. This poor guy may have been hit by a bolt from the blue from a storm 10 miles away. From National Geographic "Flash Facts about Lightning".
Reply26 days
Putin doing some summer testing, lol.
Reply26 days
Video was shot with a potato, however the guy is clearly lying on the ground after the lightning strike. Unless "vaporized" means lying motionless on the ground, then its a 100% accurate video description.
Reply26 days
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