OMG — so fun! A malfunction in a fire alarm at the San Jose, California airport flooded a nearby street with mountains of foam on Nov. 18, so naturally, one man started playing in it. See the pics and videos here!
The foam started filling a street in Santa Clara, California next to Mineta San José International Airport on Friday, Nov. 18, just after 10:50am, according to USA TODAY. Clean-up of the foam was underway by mid-afternoon, but it took several hours to completely get rid of it.
Police reportedly set up a roadblock to stop people from driving, biking or walking through it, but some people managed to bike through it anyway.
— NBC Bay Area (@nbcbayarea) November 18, 2016
Emergency personnel on the scene told the San Francisco Chronicle and onlookers that the foam was not dangerous. It was, however, a mild skin irritant. It was then that Blake Harrington decided to ride his bike through it!
In a number of videos posted on Twitter Friday, Blake can be seen riding his bike into the blob of foam before disappearing, as he gets completely engulfed by it.
— Yeison Garcia M (@Yeison_Garcia_M) November 18, 2016
“Someone had to do it,” he told reporters when he emerged on the other side.
To see more wild photos of the foamy situation in Santa Clara, California, take a look through our picture gallery above!
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