It is almost as if not a day goes past without a car/lorry/bike/eScooter mounting kerb and crashing their vehicle.
But this one best.
On the 30th of April 2018, a Singaporean woman in her 30s lost control of her Mario Go-Kart and crashed it in Tokyo’s Roppongi district.
Japanese media reported her to have suffered minor injuries.
But what on earth is a Mario Kart?
If you have played Mario Kart, you should know what this is. Except in Tokyo they bring it to life: Go-karters wheel around busy streets cosplaying as Mario and other Nintendo characters – we are told that this is actually pretty common.
However, don’t blame the Singaporean for being sotong lah.
Japanese police released data revealing 50 accidents involving go-karts happened in Tokyo over the last 11-months. About 86% of these accidents were caused by *jeng jeng jeng* foreign drivers.
As for now – be safe. You never know what’s going to come crashing down the kerb. Maybe it would be a dinosaur the next time.
— ACKYMOUSE (@ackymouse8) April 30, 2018
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