A Florida Man Fell From The Sky On A Car Dealership’s Chrysler

The people who work at a small used car dealership in Fort Myers, Florida, came to find that one of their vehicles had a huge dent in its roof, a dent that wasn’t there the day before. Weird, right?

Well, they did what anyone would at that point and proceeded to check their security camera footage in order to hopefully find out what it was that damaged their 2016 Chrysler 300.

The answer was a young man either falling or jumping from the building’s roof directly onto the roof of the car.

“We found that one of the ladders that we keep behind a fence was leaning up against the building in the back. We plan on locking up our ladders from now on. You never know when some crazy person may want to get on your roof in the middle of the night,” said the people who run the dealership.

What’s surprising is that the man apparently managed to avoid getting seriously hurt as he can be seen simply getting up and walking away from the damaged vehicle as if nothing had happened.

According to the dealership’s owner, one John Dileonardo, the young man dropped about 20 feet (6 meters) from the roof of the building and onto the car. If his estimation is accurate, all we can say is that the culprit should consider himself extremely lucky.

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Dileonardo also said that his staff notified law enforcement about the incident and that authorities are already looking into it, as reported by Fox 4. However, since it was raining that night, the car was too wet to pick up any fingerprints.


  • Ben

    “A Florida man…”
    Okay, I know this is about to a wild story….

  • DMax

    It’s raining men

    • Loquacious Borborygmus


  • Mr. EP9

    I don’t need to know what the man was doing – or trying to do – it’s Florida. We all know it was something stupid.

  • performante


  • SteersUright



    always has to be Florida

  • Stigasawuswrecks
  • 刃牙かよ


  • Wandering_Spirit

    In Florida rain doesn’t fall on men. Men fall on rain, and cars.

  • Craig

    What a jackass. Reminds me of when two people [two guys I assume] decided it would be fun to run over my Chrysler 300. Literally run over. [The police took photos of their shoe prints] The hood was scratched up and the roof had to be replaced. It cost almost $4,000 to fix. Grrr…..

  • Mr. Big

    Any story starting with, “A Florida man…” is like one starting off with, “Hold my beer…”

    • Miknik

      Florida and Russia, source of 99,9% of videos that makes you question humanity 😉

  • kachuks

    I’m pretty sure those wheels dont belong to the 300. And where the hell is his other shoe?

  • McFly

    He just fell a few feet, probably just slipping on his butt trying to get down from the roof. You can even see the roof overhang in the clip.

  • datCubanguy

    That’s florida,those ladders should have been lock up 10 years ago!🤐

  • Keith G

    Disturbing and very disrespectful. Stop reminding people of the tragedy of victims falling off the twin towers. Kids should stop running this website.

    • Mr. Big

      That’s a big stretch comparing a tragedy like 9-11 to a punk kid getting caught on camera in the middle pulling off a dumb-ass burglary.

  • sidewaysspin

    If he did it on purpose it’s a shame he wasn’t killed.

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