‘At least they’re not piranhas!’ Comic moment worker falls overboard leaving hundreds of fish in a Brazilian lake
- Brazilian man restoring a fishing lake in Prata, Minas Gerais, Brazil
- When he opened the container it was swept away by the back of the truck with the fish
- The cameraman and a co-worker both watched calmly while the man stumbled
This is the comical moment a worker took the expected plunge while restoring a lake with fish Brazil.
The slap incident saw the worker being swept off the back of a truck by a stream of water as hundreds of fish were released into a pond in Prata, Minas Gerais.
Curiously, the person’s colleagues – as well as the person filming the moment – did nothing to help him and instead kept on doing what they were doing.
Viewers who watched the footage, which was filmed on October 12, said that the absence of the other person suggested that this was not the first time such a fall had occurred.
The person filming later said: ‘We went to record a video to post on the fisherman’s page when a bunch of fish arrived.
‘Then it is learned that the man responsible for opening the lid slipped and fell into the pond.’
The man responsible for recreating a fishing lake in Prata, Minas Gerais, Brazil, made a hilarious gaffe when
As soon as the fish container was opened, it was washed away from the back of the truck by the torrent of water.
The 27-second clip has garnered over 44,000 views on YouTube.
One commenter quipped: ‘It gives a whole new meaning to “you’re gonna sleep with the fishes”.’
Another commented: ‘There is something wrong with the whole situation’.