From Russia With WTF: 18-Wheeler Truck Inexplicably Drives Through The Middle Of A Lake (Video)

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Very rarely does something so inexplicable happen on the Internet, we’re rendered entirely speechless.

This, however, is one of those moments: a boat passing by a Kamaz truck that’s casually driving underwater in a river in Russia.

Everything seems completely normal until a large white object is spotted on the right. Is it a capsized boat? Is it a futuristic hovercraft? Nope, it’s just a crazy Russian dude driving a truck in a giant body of water.

I’ve never personally tested the physical limitations of trucks, but this right here borders the threshold of impossibility. For that, I must thank Mother Russia for providing us with such an awesomely puzzling video.

I’ll be watching it over and over for the next few hours trying to figure out what exactly is going on.

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