The guy in the black suit can't say he wasn't warned. After last week's incident involving Sebastien Buemi at a Red Bull demonstration in Japan, you'd think that anyone within earshot of an F1 car would be wise enough to get the heck out the the way when one is coming towards you. But evidently this guy didn't get the message. Or he just had one too many Labbatts.
Those who were watching this past weekend's Canadian Grand Prix (once it got back under way after the rain abated) may have caught this, but for those who weren't watching, it's a sight to behold. One of the race marshalls, stepping out onto the track after waiving the yellow flag to help clear the debris from a previous incident, slipped and fell. Not once, but twice. In front of Kamui Kobayashi's incoming Sauber-Ferrari... which is not a good place to slip and fall.
Follow the jump to watch for yourself, and try not to yell berating obscenities at the screen while you do. We dare you.