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A group of men took a page out of Wile E. Coyote's playbook and attempted to cross a vehicle-only bridge in the Russian city of Vladivostok. It didn't go quite as planned.


We have to give the men points for creativity even if they failed miserably in execution. Disguised as a yellow bus, the men shuffled their way along with traffic until an eagle-eyed security guard noticed the rouse and had the men pull over. A quick U-turn sent the men back to the drawing board.

Many citizens have protested the decision to make the bridge vehicle-only as it is the shortest and quickest way into the center of the city.


We really can't see why this didn't work.







Though there may have been another explanation.


Come on, Russia. Just let people use the dang bridge.

H/T: Global News, CBS DFW

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