Good night, sweet prince: An out of control, seemingly furious and driverless caterer spinning in wild circles on the tarmac of Chicago O & # 39; Hare International Airport (WORD) on Monday was added to the final rest by a quick worker who prevented it from striking an aircraft by crashing into it with another vehicle.
American Osteopathic Association CEO Kevin Klauer uploaded video of the event to Twitter (where it has amassed over three million views and counting). The nearby ground screw can be seen sneaking to the spinning caterer while spewing loose pallets of beverages and just barely avoiding running over a worker nearby. The ground man then seems to realize that there is little they can do but get the fuck out of the way; the trolley is seen closer and closer to a nearby jet before a worker in another ground support vehicle exposes it to Battlebots .
"How to do it!" shouting someone in the video as travelers cheer.
The Chicago Department of Aviation referred the Washington Post to American Airlines, whose media relations department told the paper in a statement that the airline is currently "investigating an incident involving a truck . "
" Preliminary reports indicate that the gas pedal got stuck and caused the food truck to lose control, "the statement continued." No American Airlines team members were injured and the incident resulted in a 10 minute flight delay. "
American Airlines added that "We appreciate the swift action of our team member who stopped the vehicle." closer to throwing us than you think, then laughing at your father.