Seems everybody's got to have a sinkhole nowadays, the sudden collapse of huge chunks of ground swallowing cars and homes in Baltimore, Buckinghamshire, Chicago, Ohio, and seemingly every week, Florida. Oh yeah, and there was that little disturbance recently in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

This one comes from Russia, and although it didn't swallow anything we get to see it open up in the middle of the street in real time. If you watched the footage from the National Corvette Museum incident, you know they don't open up quickly (or if you're this guy, they might not open at all), so skip ahead to 1:00 in the video below if you're not interested in the build up.

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