おそロシア!お婆ちゃんが悠々と道路横断! 【動画】

ロシアのとある車道。道路を軽快に飛ばしていた車が急ブレーキをかけるが、前方の車数台とクラッシュ! カメラを載せていた後方の車も慌ててブレーキをかけ、寸前のところで停車した。

しかし車載カメラが普及しているロシアでは、この程度の事故映像は珍しいものではない。注目すべきは事故現場の横断歩道を悠々と横断する...おばあちゃんである!

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中型車同士の衝突直後で砂煙が立ち上るなか、荷物を引いたおばあちゃんは事故など全く意に介さない様子で、悠々と道を横断。少しタイミングが悪ければ自分も巻き込まれていたかもしれないというのに...。

ロシアではおばあちゃんすらおそロシア、といったところか。

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