When you’re in an unfamiliar parking lot, you do NOT want to be driving around at 20 MPH with birds blocking your direction of travel.
Pigeons fly around all day doing pigeon stuff, innocent city birds. The last thing they want is a Honda Accord coming at them at full speed. Thankfully, mother nature’s got their back (er…wings) and handed this driver some instant karma. According to a snapchat video that’s been floating around on Facebook since yesterday (Feb. 6, 2018) this driver got a slice of humble pie after trying to run over these innocent pigeons. Check out the hilarious video below and laugh along as these pigeons get their revenge thanks to a curb they were hiding.
In the video we can see this driver parked at a grocery store parking lot late at night. A flock of pigeons can be seen just chilling on the blacktop presumably resting from a long flight and just enjoying the slightly warmer surface. For some odd reason he gets the urge to run his Honda Accord at the flock, an urge I can only chalk up to that childlike delight at running towards a flock of seagulls at the beach.
Unbeknownst to him, those pigeons were hiding a full-length curb that separates lanes of parking spots. The Accord’s odometer displays 20 MPH as he launches at full speed over the curb probably damaging at least one of his tires if not part of his exhaust system.
Keen eyes will notice that he’s low on gas with the warning light on indicating he’s got less than a gallon to go, but that’s a different story altogether.
It looks like none of the pigeons actually got hit all of them flying away unscathed.
Unfortunately for him, he learned a very valuable lesson that day. Don’t mess around with pigeons in a deserted parking lot.
I’m not sure where this video was shot but if you’re in the market for a 9th generation Honda Accord and you come across one that’s suspiciously cheap, take a look underneath for chassis damage because this one just might hit the market.