Why on earth would you choose to stick your head in there and not an arm or something
Classic sales tactic. Always stick your head out.
What if it's an Ad about Butts ?
A kid could do that. That should be part of their testing procedures and there's no excuse for this happening.
You're right. This should only be tested on children.
You're a sick guy, Brad.
They obviously failed to sharpen the door properly!
Or his dick.
Wouldn’t get in though, he would have to put his whole body in
His stuck his head in but went further by offering the soft tissue of his neck. No less, he did this at the wrong juncture where the body changes from glass to sheet metal, affecting the pressure dynamics.
^ this guy sticks body parts in automatic doors
Gotta make it look like you're confident. The more confident you look in the product, the more it sells it. Unless it goes wrong, obviously.
I’m sure he must have been terrified so I slapped myself for laughing at the last frame.
When he realized he’s stuck he said “Wrong car!!!”
This reminds me of the time Volvo hit a guy with the wrong car that didnt have the pedestrian watch feature
Why were they going so fast for that demonstration? Was that really necessary lol.
DOOR STUCK! DOOR STUCK!
Those Chinese safety features are ahead of the game
A head you said?
To shreds you say?
How's his wife holding up?
Still alive you are?
r/punpatrol Stop right there and come with me, you’re under arrest
Jesus, for “ahead”? You are really sticking your neck out there on this one.
I thought the pun patrol thing was just a meme, but 12+ people downvoted that.
Some people just really hate fun I guess.
Someone once commented that they think reddit has some form of herd mentality at sometimes. When they see someone who only has -1 downvotes for something not even that bad, others may downvote as they assume the comment is inherently bad.
Essentially in their head they are going: "Hey guys, look at me, I totally downvoted this guys comment like everyone else!" However no one is there and we are all just anonymously posting on a website.
That has a lot of truth to it, yep.
It’s the fucking worst.
I downvoted because I dislike r/punpatrol
I dislike what they stand for. But i appriciate them archiving these important moments in Reddit history.
Not going to lie, for some reason I expected his head to just pop off. The cut to him just sitting with a neck brace was pretty funny. Thankfully it wasn't graphic. Some users really need to put up warnings sometimes..
This was actually intentional, China is implementing a new population control technique
Funny thing is China is actually trying to get the younger generation to have kids cause their workforce is getting too old.
“Are they willing to intentionally risk their life by testing the safety features on machinery with their own body parts?”
The correct answer is: “if the government tells me to, yes.”
The door has an in-built social credit sensor as well?
The concentration camps are not doing the job fast enough?
old but gold
he couldn't have just held his arm in there? It would get the point across just as well, and he even has a dark shirt on that he doesn't have to worry about getting dirty.
I recently saw a video on here where a company selling bullet proof glass for cars testing the glass. With an AK47
With the CEO in the drivers seat.
If I was in the market to buy bulletproof glass, that's the company I'd get it from.
Why? They can just as well use a very different material when doing such testings. Might not be the product you get in the end :D
You think a corporation would lie to the consumer!?!?
I find that in marketing you have to be a little extreme to really get the point across.
I remember a story about a guy selling plexiglass for office buildings, and to prove its strength he rammed into it at full speed. Nothing happened. The investors were intrigued, and thus he rammed it again, just like the first time the glass didn’t break. Instead the glass popped straight out of the frame, and sadly the man took a fall from the 20th floor.
But I’m sure that stunt proved the glasses strength without a doubt
Wait... he still needed to convince them of the glass although he already installed it? I am so confused rn
I found an article, I got a few of the details wrong
For motivations that remain unclear to this day Hoy had apparently developed a fondness for showing off the tensile strength of office building windows (and/or demonstrating his fearless trust in that aspect of building design) by running and hurling himself at window panes in front of onlookers, who would watch a stunt that always ended with Hoy’s bouncing off of the window panes, leaving both glass and lawyer unharmed. On a fateful day in 1993, however, Hoy attempted his feat in front of a group of prospective legal apprentices with disastrous results: Apparently the first attempt came off as usual with Hoy harmlessly rebounding off the window, but when Hoy threw himself against the pane a second time, it popped out of its frame and sent Hoy fatally tumbling 24 stories to the courtyard below.”
I wonder how many of the interns came back the next day.
Their dumbest boss fell out of the window. Onviously it got a lot micer to work there afterwards
My old work place had a mice problem once.
yes of course the demonstration should be memorable, but do you really have just your head inside a closing door ever? The arm is much more likely, shows you have the same amount of trust in the feature, and doesn't look quite as stupid as having that thing pinch your neck. I have this feature on my car (different brand though) and it does require physical contact with something before it stops opening--it's not a motion sensor that stops it or anything.
Also, if he is only holding his arm in, he can smile to show that it doesn't hurt.
or a clipboard or something not alive?
I think putting a part of your body in is a good show pf confidence for the car but yes, anything but your head or your nutsack would be advisable.
do a trial run with the non-living object before cameras are rolling ?
He kinda looks like Elon Musk, is he the Chinese knock off version ?
except everything he creates ain't that reliable as expected
I thought it was Elon when I saw the thumbnail.
This will Never not be funny
These new mortal kombat graphics keep getting more realistic.
Let me show you how big of an idiot I am ...
Pretty fake, you can see him pulling the door back into his head as it tries to back off
"Shit, this one had the guillotine option."
I was expecting an edit to the elevator death from Final Destination 2, or some similar scene.
There isn't a no part of this
It's a Chrysler Pacifica entirely made in US. Not a malfunction it just hates Asians.
Someone give Trump this van.
Hurr durr. Trump bad. Me want hurt orange man.
I mean... indo. But this is more just to watch the worlds biggest buffoon be a buffoon
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We you tell a lie so often you start to believe it.
Someone stole your post and put it on /r/yesyesyesyesno and for triple as many upvotes.👩🚒
What does the door have a motor for? It would be quicker and more convenient without
why is there a fucking volume slider on this SILENT VIDEO
Is this Asian Elon Musk??
Dude, that's a deal breaker.
Chinese products being shitty and faulty, that's refreshing.
Am I the only one who half expected this to go all Final Destination on him?
Is it just me or does this guy look like the Chinese Elon Musk?
So it works well, it will decapitate slow and stupid intruders.
AI will be the death of us all.
Asian Elon Musk looking ass
C'mon mate, it's 2019.
What’d he say?
Cannot remember exactly. Just some pretty standard low effort racist stuff. Ching chongs and the like.