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Drunk skateboarder flips over before crashing on pole

By Reuters
23 December 2019   |   12:52 pm
These guys were having fun with parkour tricks after having a few drinks. One of them went skateboarding from the ground and jumped over on a horizontal pole. Unfortunately, the skater lost balance and flipped over before crashing to the ground.

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