VIRAL VIDEO: Bro Steps Out Of Truck And Gets His @SS KICKED By A … DEER?!?

Written by K. Walker on April 11, 2017

This is unbelievable! Bambi gets the ‘bam’ on this dude.

A 25-year old man in the small town of Smithers, British Columbia, Canada, was tackled by a deer as he was about to enter his hotel.

The problem was, it happened on April 1, and when he told his friends and family, no one believed him. They thought it was an April Fool’s Joke.

So, he asked the hotel to get a copy of their surveillance footage, record it and he shared it on social media.

The video is now going viral.

The 25-year-old was in Smithers for an environmental training course on Saturday when he was dropped off outside the Stork Nest Inn around 9 p.m. He was getting out of a co-worker’s truck when all of a sudden he heard a galloping sound to his left.

“As I was turning my brain couldn’t process what was coming at me and by the time I knew it, [I had] already had gotten hit by ‘Bambi’ that was being chased by a dog,” McCook said in an email interview.

Turns out, the deer was being chased by a dog that can be seen running around the front of the truck in the video…

…“Then I put the video on Facebook and it automatically took off going viral,” said McCook. The video has had 23,000 views and counting.

He says he did have a sore shoulder the next day but no serious damage was done. “I find it more hilarious the more I watch it.”
Read more: Global News

Watch:

Bam! Who knew a deer could channel John Cena!

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Interestingly enough, Smithers, a town of just over 5,000, is also the location of the filming of the Liam Neeson movie, The Grey.

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And here’s your opponent:

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ClashDaily's Associate Editor since August 2016. Self-described political junkie, anti-Third Wave Feminist, and a nightmare to the 'intersectional' crowd. Mrs. Walker has taken a stand against 'white privilege' education in public schools. She's also an amateur Playwright, former Drama teacher, and staunch defender of the Oxford comma. Follow her humble musings on Twitter: @TheMrsKnowItAll