You’ve seen people before stand behind a tv reporter doing all kinds ridiculous antics. This recent one is appealing to us car people.
The scenario is as follows: A TV reporter reporting live from Columbia, Lancaster County; covering the anticipated arrival of Hurricane Sandy to the East Coast. Behind him is a wet intersection on which, out of nowhere, a Japanese sedan kicks its tail out around that intersection while being caught on camera.
Currently the Hurricane already hit the East Coast about five hours ago; many of us wanting to attend SEMA had to call it off this time. Reports of mass evacuations, power cuts yet moderate damage have been circulating lately.
Crank and Piston spotted the video before we did. We wanted to support the idea of letting this go viral.