Watching this Drunk Guy Trying to Get Down from His Pickup Bed Is Hilarious

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Jeannie Reeves from Summerville, South Carolina, probably wasn't expecting ever to have a Facebook video with over four million views on it. She's the owner of a hair salon, so cars and things that have to do with driving probably aren't up her alley.
On July 1st, Jeannie uploaded a video that quickly went viral on the internet. It's three minutes long and shows how a guy who is evidently trying to commit suicide via beer bottle trying to vacate the bed of his pickup truck.

Not a single one of his neurons appears to be working right, as he tries to lean onto the rear tire and eventually drops to the ground like a… well, like a drunk person.

This being the South, we think this door knob crawled into the back of his red truck the night before and had two six-packs of beer, if not more. The problem is that he wants to drive off somewhere the following day.

Getting behind the wheel of the truck should have been so easy that a child could have done it, but he messes that up too. Somehow, he ends up with his feet though the window of the front door.

Is it just us or does he look like he's doing a drunk redneck impersonation of the Wrecking Ball scene done by Miley Cyrus? Anybody got a hammer he could lick?

In any case, we hope somebody stopped him from driving off. This guy needs fluids and a good night's sleep and should not come anywhere near that steering wheel.

Red Truck Guy is the exact opposite of a quick learner. Jeannie says that the cops had him pulled over a couple of weeks before that. Six days later, she uploaded another video where he's crawling on his knees. Is that duct tape on your face sir?

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About the author: Mihnea Radu
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Mihnea's favorite cars have already been built, the so-called modern classics from the '80s and '90s. He also loves local car culture from all over the world, so don't be surprised to see him getting excited about weird Japanese imports, low-rider VWs out of Germany, replicas from Russia or LS swaps down in Florida.
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