A video has surfaced on social media of a male who somehow managed to get himself stuck whilst trying to climb over someone’s gate…
In the video, below, the male can be seen with his leg caught at the top of the gate as he holds on several feet above the ground.
In the video, two occupants of the property where the male appeared to be trying to gain access to can be heard asking him how long he has been stuck on the top of the fence.
The male confirms that he has been there for at least 20 minutes…
As the male asks the two occupants to let him down, one of them confirms that they will help him, just as soon as he lets them know why he was climbing over their fence.
The beleaguered male simple replies: “I don’t know”.
The onlookers ask: “So you were climbing the fence for fun?” to which the hooded male says: “Yeah, I was getting up the road”.
The onlookers then ask the male why his pants are ‘all ripped up’ before inviting another male over to witness the spectacle.
The video was uploaded on Saturday and has been viewed over 700,000 times.
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