After Ignoring A Security Guard At A BMX Event, Rider Instantly Gets Taught A Priceless Lesson
After ignoring this security guard at a BMX event in Estonia, this rider quickly gets taught a priceless lesson. The hilarious moment was caught on video by one Einius Žiūkas, who later wrote on YouTube: "Don't bmx in the middle of skateboarding runs or estonian security guards will show you how it's done!"
The punk wanted to ride his BMX on the ramps during the 2016 Kuldrula skateboarding competition in Pärnu, Estonia, while the park was being used by skaters. Security has told him that recreational bikers aren't allowed there that day. But he ignored their warnings, as punks usually do and went along with his wish.
So the super cool security guard ran over to him and pushed him off his bike. For a minute there, you think he might slap him across the face and throw him out, but nope. What this cool dude did threw Reddit on their feet cheering and you are about to see why.
The guard took his bike and showed him how pros really ride their BMXs. The guy sits on the bike, makes a big turn and goes straight for the vertical ramp, back down again and makes a backwards flip like a seasoned BMX athlete, before grounding the bike on the edge of the skate park and pushed it outside. That must have burned, ouch!
It is hilarious how things took an unexpected turn in just few seconds. Nobody would have expected from the security guard to pull off such an amazing stunt and steal the bike from the unsuspecting rider. This video has taught us one very important lesson, never refuse to obey the command of someone with authority, instead of confronting their orders, try to negotiate a better way out!
Now that's how it's done! While the crowd cheers for the pro in disguise, the punk can't believe what his eyes were seeing! That was amazing!
Do you need some ointment for that burn, son? Getting punked by a “rent-a-cop” is a wrought-iron cause to just sell your bike, move to a different state and change your appearance.
We have to give kudos to Redditors and their vast knowledge of all things pop. Good thing it is a aggregate of so many different types of folks, so that we, too, might learn something. Someone mentioned that this might just be a very cool and elaborate set-up, given how the security guard was a younger man who surprisingly knew what he is supposed to do with that bike. Of course, many failed to see the logic behind it, given it is a small, local event. Their assumption was that this kid just wanted to show off a bit in front of the audience, but the guiard just wanted to show him that “even I can do it, big whoop, stay off the bleeping course”.
Kuldrula is the oldest skateboarding contest in Estonia, and takes place every August. The first contest took place in 1980 and now has expanded to include BMXers, in-liners and scooter riders.