We feel there's no shame in admitting we would have more than a little hesitation about jumping into rush-hour traffic in China, but that's exactly what one three-year-old boy did. A grandmother in China had a scare after she turned around to find her grandson missing. The toddler had managed to hop on his toy motorcycle and head for the horizon. Unfortunately, his path took him directly into the middle of a busy intersection during rush-hour traffic.

Despite buses and cars hurling past in every direction, the child seemed unphased, and the drivers on the road managed to keep away long enough for a police officer to spirit the child to safety. No one was harmed in the incident. Check out the nail-biting video for yourself.



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      thedriveatfive
      • 2 Years Ago
      Ahhh, a future bank job getaway driver... so this is what they look like when there younger. Godspeed young operator.
      4gasem
      • 2 Years Ago
      Thank GOD it was a boy or they'd have watched the child get hit. People take for granted the rules and regulations we have here in the States and other Western countries. They're there for a VERY good reason.
        aatbloke1967
        • 2 Years Ago
        @4gasem
        Try I-480 around Cleveland, Ohio. 90% of people have no idea what they're supposed to be doing.
        jvshenderson
        • 2 Years Ago
        @4gasem
        You mean rules like saving girls from imminent danger as well as boys? I highly doubt even the most chauvinistic Chinese cop would have allowed a little girl to get run over on his watch...
      BlackDynamiteOn
      • 2 Years Ago
      Sadly, he was a better driver than most adult Chinese. Baby Chinese Dynamite? He should be in Shaolin Temple!! BD
      RR Coor J
      • 2 Years Ago
      why does all the crazy **** on the roads happen in china?
      IBx27
      • 2 Years Ago
      The kid's lucky he didn't become egg fu yung, especially with the trample-and-move-on mentality they have over there...
      kingrat001
      • 2 Years Ago
      A friend of mine used to ride his Big Wheel nearly 3 miles from his house to ours quite often, He would sneak out when his mother thought he was napping and she would discover him gone. She would panic at first. He rode it right down the center of a busy road, and if anyone tried to say anything or try to get him off the road, he would say, very clearly, "F-U!!". This coming out of a little kid (3-5 years old) always got the point across. After he outgrew the big wheel, he would steal one of the other bikes they had, usually his older brother's 10 speed, and somehow he was able to ride it, and he would show up at our house. Once he got to the 10 speed stage, he would almost always get to our house before his mom even knew he was gone. How he survived to adulthood is still a mystery.
      Skye Barcus
      • 2 Years Ago
      The most appalling thing here is that the cars don't slow down at all, let alone stop, and come within inches of the kid. What the hell - ********. I admit that we Americans are somewhat apathetic, but I believe that In the US, that intersection would have frozen and someone may even have gotten out of their car to grab the kid.
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