「雪玉を投げつけようぜ~!」→「いい加減にしろ!」強烈な仕返しを食らうチャラ男たち

やっていいこととやってはいけないことの区別は子供のころから教わるものですが、ひどいイタズラをした人たちがいます。

※このビデオは英Huffでコメディとして扱われていることをあらかじめお知らせしておきます。

なんとも失礼な話、橋の下で仕事をしている人にチャラ男が雪玉を投げつけて笑っているのですが...。でもその仕返しが見事です!この寒いであろう中、やり返されたほうもたまったもんじゃないでしょう。(他の人が巻き添えくってないかも気になる部分ですが)でも笑っているのでそれはそれでタフ!?

何か背景があってのことなのかは疑問のある部分もでてきてしまいますが、むやみにイタズラをしませんように!

記事元:HuffPost uk

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MOSCOW, RUSSIA - JANUARY 19:  A worshipper emerges from the water in a pond in Kolomenskoe Park on January 19, 2012 in Moscow, Russia. Epiphany in the Orthodox Church celebrates the baptism of Christ in the river Jordan. Over sixty thousand worshippers are expected to be baptised in the capital alone. Forty locations have been organised around the city including the Moskva river, lakes and ponds.

MOSCOW, RUSSIA - JANUARY 19:  A worshipper leaves the water in a pond in Kolomenskoe Park on January 19, 2012 in Moscow, Russia. Epiphany in the Orthodox Church celebrates the baptism of Christ in the river Jordan. Over sixty thousand worshippers are expected to be baptised in the capital alone. Forty locations have been organised around the city including the Moskva river, lakes and ponds.

MOSCOW, RUSSIA - JANUARY 19:  A worshipper emerges from the water in a pond in Kolomenskoe Park on January 19, 2012 in Moscow, Russia. Epiphany in the Orthodox Church celebrates the baptism of Christ in the river Jordan. Over sixty thousand worshippers are expected to be baptised in the capital alone. Forty locations have been organised around the city including the Moskva river, lakes and ponds.

A man takes a dip in icy water of an ice hole in the pond in Kolomenskoe park on the outskirts of Moscow, Russia, Thursday, Jan. 19, 2012. Thousands of Russian Orthodox Church followers plunged into icy rivers and ponds across the country to mark Epiphany, during which they cleanse themselves with water deemed holy for the day. Water that is blessed by a cleric on Epiphany is considered holy and pure until next year's celebration, and is believed to have special powers of protection and healing.

MOSCOW, RUSSIA - JANUARY 19:  A worshipper emerges from the water in a pond in Kolomenskoe Park on January 19, 2012 in Moscow, Russia. Epiphany in the Orthodox Church celebrates the baptism of Christ in the river Jordan. Over sixty thousand worshippers are expected to be baptised in the capital alone. Forty locations have been organised around the city including the Moskva river, lakes and ponds.

A man crosses himself before taking a dip in the ice hole of the pond in Kolomenskoe park on the outskirts of Moscow, Russia, Thursday, Jan. 19, 2012. Thousands of Russian Orthodox Church followers plunged into icy rivers and ponds across the country to mark Epiphany, during which they cleanse themselves with water deemed holy for the day. Water that is blessed by a cleric on Epiphany is considered holy and pure until next year's celebration, and is believed to have special powers of protection and healing.

People gather around a bath of ice cold water while celebrating Epiphany at the Kolomenskoe park on the outskirts of Moscow, Russia, Thursday, Jan. 19, 2012. Thousands of Russian Orthodox Church followers plunged into icy rivers and ponds across the country to mark Epiphany, during which they cleanse themselves with water deemed holy for the day. Water that is blessed by a cleric on Epiphany is considered holy and pure until next year's celebration, and is believed to have special powers of protection and healing.

A Russian woman emerges from the icy water on Epiphany at a pond in Tyarlevo village outside St. Petersburg, Russia, early Thursday, Jan. 19, 2012. Thousands of Russian Orthodox Church followers plunged into icy rivers and ponds across the country to mark Epiphany, during which they cleanse themselves with water deemed holy for the day. Water that is blessed by a cleric on Epiphany is considered holy and pure until next year's celebration, and is believed to have special powers of protection and healing.

A Russian woman emerges from the icy water on Epiphany at a pond in Tyarlevo village outside St. Petersburg, Russia, early Thursday, Jan. 19, 2012. Thousands of Russian Orthodox Church followers plunged into icy rivers and ponds across the country to mark Epiphany, during which they cleanse themselves with water deemed holy for the day. Water that is blessed by a cleric on Epiphany is considered holy and pure until next year's celebration, and is believed to have special powers of protection and healing.

People gather around a bath of ice cold water as they prepare to plunge into it at the Kolomenskoe park on the outskirts of Moscow, Russia, Thursday, Jan. 19, 2012. Thousands of Russian Orthodox Church followers plunged into icy rivers and ponds across the country to mark Epiphany, during which they cleanse themselves with water deemed holy for the day. Water that is blessed by a cleric on Epiphany is considered holy and pure until next year's celebration, and is believed to have special powers of protection and healing.

Russians stand in a line to enter the icy water on Epiphany at a pond in Moscow, Russia, early Thursday, Jan. 19, 2012. Thousands of Russian Orthodox Church followers plunged into icy rivers and ponds across the country to mark Epiphany, during which they cleanse themselves with water deemed holy for the day. Water that is blessed by a cleric on Epiphany is considered holy and pure until next year's celebration, and is believed to have special powers of protection and healing.

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