We'd like to think that most folks have enough common sense to keep themselves from getting hurt in ridiculously stupid ways. Yet in the time it took you to read the prior sentence, somebody out there definitely just got their head stuck in a document mailing tube.
And because of humanity's penchant for courting grievous injuries like a goddamn Laurel and Hardy routine, we've recently seen a rise in public safety initiatives alerting people to the dangers of doing things that are so obviously idiotic, we are amazed there are any habitual offenders left to warn.
4British Transport Uses Your Drunk Bloopers for Safety Ads
The U.K. is no stranger to tavern-goers stumbling about besotted on tankards of mead (or whatever fantasy potions they serve in the British Isles). But lately, the problem of inebriates staggering in front of subway trains appears to be on the rise. That's why Network Rail has launched a new campaign to encourage rigorously bombed passengers to try to make it home in one piece by delivering a highlight reel of a bunch of drunks nearly getting killed.
If "Yakety Sax" isn't playing in your head right now, you don't deserve to have the Internet.