Video: Even a massive cargo ship can sometimes be no match for the massive storms brewing on the world's oceans. But when you add hundreds of thousands of tonnes of cargo into the mix, the last place you want to find yourself is on deck when cargo starts spilling overboard. Unless you're this guy, who not only doesn't take shelter inside, he actually insists on filming the whole thing going down. If you're going to lose millions of dollars of cargo to Poseidon's rage, you might as well get a few YouTube clicks in the process.
Monster Storm Throws Thousands Of Tonnes Of Cargo Into The Sea
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