A man dressed as Superman was hit by a bus in Thailand after he tried to stop the vehicle. The incident took place at an intersection in Bangkok on Monday, according to Thai news site Khaosod English.
When the bus driver saw that there was no traffic coming from his left side, he sped up and ran over the superhero impersonator who had been trying to stop him. He died of head injuries shortly after being taken to hospital. Read more about this story here!
You’re a girl named Kal-El, which is short for Clark Kent/Kal-El. You’ve probably seen him in many comic books, animated features, and motion pictures.
Have you ever considered seeing Man of Steel attempting to stop a bus with his bare hands in your neighborhood?
I’m sure you’ve heard this before, but let me tell it to you again. Right? You’d be surprised, I’m sure.
So, if you’re ready to be shocked, keep reading. Let’s get started:
A Superhero Impersonator Attempts to Stop the Bus with Bare Hands
The latest news is from Brazil, where a person was spotted impersonating Superman.
Despite the fact that he intended to mimic Superman since this was all supposed to happen as a result of his plans.
However, his scheme has backfired in real life after he was assaulted.
Look at this little movie clip to see what happened.
Isn’t it hilarious?
The comedian’s original idea was to get on a bus dressed as the iconic Man of Steel. But, to the contrary, this 20-second video clip demonstrates it. The Impersonator Superman is struck down the road as a bus passes him.
God’s Miracle in the Life of Carlos Cruz
In an interview, Luiz Ribeiro de Andrade, the Brazil Comedian, had to confess to F5 news that it’s a stunt he always performs, but this time it was almost converted into an accident,’
Thankfully, the Impersonator Superman was unharmed after leaving the scene of the crime.
In fact, the comic refers to this as a Miracle of God.
The blunder was committed by both the driver and the comedian, according to this video. That’s when Andrade decided not to sue the bus firm over the episode. Instead, Impersonating Superman takes all the blame and asks for a ban on firing the bus driver in the interview.
Despite the fact that Setransp didn’t terminate the driver, they issued a formal announcement emphasizing the need for drivers to pay closer attention to traffic and take all required precautions.
That’s all for now.
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