Shocking moment giant inflatable hamburger rolls through parking lot causing havoc
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The internet has thrown out some bizarre sights over the years.
But one video shows something that is certainly among the more surreal sights to have merged online.
While it might be more usual to see a trampoline being blown away in high winds, perhaps pursued by a frantic owner, large inflatables are a whole other ball game.
And this is certainly a surreal moment.
The footage shows an enormous inflatable cheeseburger being blown across a parking lot at high winds.
The burger rolls across the empty lot, before coming to rest against a building.
Luckily there was no one in the path of the burger, which half rolls half flies across the tarmac.
If you've ever seen one of those novelty-shaped hot air balloons, you'll get a picture of what it might look like.
This isn't an ordinary-sized burger either. KLTV described the burger as being around the size of an SUV.
The person who shared the video online claimed that the oversized sandwich had come from a Burger King across the street.
On its journey, it flattens a flag pole before continuing on.
For a moment the enormous inflatable gets stuck in the corner of a building, seemingly finally coming to the end of its wind-powered journey.
But then, another gust takes it over the top of the building and out of sight of the camera.
It's unclear how far it rolled or where it ended up.
There has not been any word on whether any fries or soft drink came after the burger.
Still, it could be worse.
In recent times, another video appeared to show a forest floor near to Quebec 'breathing' as high winds rocked the area.
Mark Sirois of the Southern Quebec Severe Weather Network told TIME previously: “When you look at the trees in the background, it’s clear that the winds were very strong.
“The forest floor seems to be moss covered, which leaves a lot of the root system of younger trees lodged in a loose medium. As the wind sways the trees, you get the roots lifting the floor. This gives the appearance of ‘breathing.'”
UNILAD has reached out to Oregon City police for comment.