And The Winner Of Worst Idea Of The Day Goes To…

In an age where automakers are fighting over which marque builds the toughest pickup trucks, seeing something like this can be very cringe-worthy.

The mishap occurred in Chachoengsao, Thailand, where the driver of this Ford pickup actually thought he was going to successfully carry all those bamboo logs up an incline. The only thing he ended up doing was creating one big mess.

We’re not sure how much weight the truck was carrying on top, but it was definitely enough to stop it in its tracks on the first attempt – which is how the video kicks things off.

It’s with the second attempt where things go horribly wrong, as the truck does make it further up the ramp, although at a pretty big cost. We’ll also go out on a limb and say that those logs weren’t properly secured, judging by how easily they slipped out.

In the end, the lesson here is to always secure your payload, and maybe make sure you have enough horsepower to make it up any sort of incline you might encounter along the way. Otherwise, you’ll just end up making the type of video that tends to end up on Tosh.0.

  • Dennis James

    Of the day ? I think it extends to the whole week 🙂

  • LeStori

    Another great creation of the “intelligent designer” in action. Secure you load … or you leave it on the road.

  • Bo Hanan

    But how could they know this was going to happen?….. (rolls eyes)


  • Tosh.0 still exists?

  • Bash


  • datCubanguy

    ‘if at first we don’t succed surely this time…….oh Buddha!’

  • wait a minute

    If a dodge challenger demon can wheelie, so can my Ford ’84 pick-up.

  • Christian

    This is one of the reason i’m converting too islam…

  • Brabusbus

    Thats a asian old Ford Ranger.

  • pcurve

    I feel bad, but this is comedy gold!

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