Bad gamble! Driver smashes trailer roof into car park entrance at Las Vegas hotel after causing chaos when they tried to reverse out
This is the shocking moment a frustrated driver smashed the trailer attached to his pick-up truck into a tunnel.
But after his attempts to reverse the vehicle go spectacularly wrong, the driver slams his feet on the accelerator and heads straight towards the underground car park – damaging the roof of his trailer in the process.
The driver tries to reverse his trailer into the lane parallel to him in Las Vegas, Nevada
Cars begin to blare their horns as the driver, who had been attempting to enter the underground parking entrance at the Aria hotel, edges back
Durante la clip, the driver slowly reverses his pick-up truck out of the tunnel and tries to edge into the lane parallel to him.
As he continues to edge back, vehicles behind him begin to blare their horns as the person filming the scenes says: ‘Oh he just doesn’t know how to drive.’
Pochi istanti dopo, the driver’s trailer swings into the lane to his right and the filmer shouts: ‘Yo that is wrong! Immediately wrong!’
The frustrated driver then decides to head towards the underground tunnel once again as screams are heard in the background and the filmer exclaims: ‘What is he doing?’
As the driver heads into the car park entrance the trailer crashes into the roof of the tunnel.
The trailer swings into the lane on the driver’s right and people scream in the background
The driver then presses his foot on the gas and heads straight towards the underground car park
The driver’s trailer crashes into the roof of the tunnel after multiple attempts to reverse
The filmer told Viral Hog: ‘He erratically made several attempts to exit but continued to get more and more frustrated. He didn’t allow anyone to attempt to help him.
'Infine, he hit his breaking point and gunned it. He took off the AC unit of the trailer and caused who knows how much damage on the other side.
‘Six hours later the area was still blocked off as he was still stuck in there.’