Drunk ideas often culminate in bad decisions, like ill-advised tattoos and $27 in snack chip tacos. For a few daring folks at Williamsburg venue Baby's All Right, however, three hours of pre-gaming results in a man dressed as a taco skateboarding down the Williamsburg Bridge directly into a car. But hey—those $1 tacos weren't going to advertise themselves!
Human taco Jon Newport and production manager Ben Wilkes, who took the video, spoke with Animal about the incident, which happened on Saturday afternoon. Newport was apparently a professional skateboarder at 16, which inspired Wilkes's confidence; "But as soon as he passed me I was like, 'Oh shit,'" he told the site. Taco toppings apparently obscured Newport's vision as he exited the ramp, resulting in the crash at the bottom.
Luckily, Newport walked away with just a scratch on his hand—plus a couple of extra bucks and a promotion! "It worked out great, I can't wait to do it again," he gushed. "I probably won't get hit by a car, but I will risk my life." Owners of Baby's All Right did not immediately return our query as to when the next taco stunting will take place.