We're sure some of you out there would have a near-death experiences, like the time you almost drowned in a swimming pool or your girlfriend catching you checking out other girls.
But for this one construction worker, he missed death by just a couple of meters, like, no social distancing kind.
A video showing a steel beam crashing down with a construction worker avoiding it by the skin of his teeth has gone viral on social media.
The 41-second clip was posted on Facebook page 'No Suke Highway' on Saturday (20 June).
In the video, the construction worker can be seen walking towards the camera, but halfway through his journey, his Spidey Sense kicks in and he decides to look up.
As the steel beam comes crashing down towards him, the man leaps out of the way, with the metal structure landing just a few meters in front of him.
The man, whose pants was probably wet by then, looks up again and furiously makes several hand gestures and yelling at his colleague. However, no middle finger was shown in the video
Here's the harrowing clip, if you guys would like to watch it:
According to the Facebook post, the incident reportedly happened at around 5.05pm near Bukit Manda’rina and Persiaran Alam Damai in KL.
Free Malaysia Today
reported that the Malaysian Highway Authority has confirmed the incident, and the Department of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH) has issued a stop-work order while they investigate the case.
Thankfully, no one was hurt during the incident, although we feel the construction worker probably needs to get himself a new pair of pants.