Cyclist Goes Hulk On A Car In The Bike Lane — Picks It Up With His Bare Hands [Video]
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Cyclist Goes Hulk On A Car In The Bike Lane — Picks It Up With His Bare Hands [Video]

A pissed-off cyclist showed maximum strength as he turned Hulk on a bystander’s vehicle. The car was inconsiderately parked in the bike lane, and this cyclist wasn’t having it.

The video was uploaded on July 27, 2015, by Joe Loreto, and it already has over 5 million views. The title of the video, in English, is “Strongest Man in the World.” There are no pinpointed leads as to the location of this video. However, as reports Daily Mail, it seems to be somewhere within the city of Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Cyclist Goes Hulk On A Car In The Bike Lane — Picks It Up With His Bare Hands [Video]
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When the scene starts, you can see the cameraman rush from his vehicle. The cyclist is behind the vehicle, at the bumper in a deadlift position.

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Immediately, and alone, the cyclist picks up the car and slides it to the side — removing it from the bike lane.

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A bystander attempted to help him by grabbing the front bumper, but the cyclist was already done by that point and just waved him off.

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Could the man have simply ridden around car without moving it? There definitely seemed to be room enough. However, it just wasn’t something he wanted to do that day.

One guy, Luiz Felipe Mendes, left a comment on the video. He claims to be from Brazil and can testify to bike lane situations like this.

“I’m from Brazil and I do not think this is staged at all. In Brazil most drivers do not respect the bicycle lane at all, this happens everyday.”

According to RT News, the car was identified by Autoevolution as a Fiat Uno and has a curved-weight anywhere from 711 to 910 kilograms — or 1,567 to 2,006 pounds.

What do you think about this cyclist’s not-taking-it attitude? Incredible strength, no? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments, below.

[Video and Photo Credits: YouTube]

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