Janitor Creates Bizarre 'Vehicle' Out Of Mop Bucket, Leaf Blower And Umbrella
A janitor has caught the attention of local residents after he was spotted cruising down the street in a mop bucket, propelled a leaf blower and an umbrella.
Brian Edward Kahrs, 57, joked that his invention was a ‘blue-collar limousine’ after sharing footage of himself making his way down a street in Clearwater, Florida.
Posting the clip on social media, Kahrs wrote: “Nothing like taking a cruise along Clearwater Beach after a long night of mopping floors and scrubbing toilets.”
And his post has proved to be a big hit, racking up thousands of views and more than 8,000 shares.
Responding to the funny clip, one social media user wrote: “That is very cool, awesome, and ridiculous… love it!”
Another posted: “Oh my hell this is flipping brilliant.
“If I ever see you doing something when I am in the area, I might just wreck my car from laughing.”
While a third wrote: “Never gets old… Never loses his sense of humor brilliant.”
Kahrs, from Brooklyn, said his ‘offbeat subcompact is a fuel-efficient, economical and fun way to travel’. Well, it certainly looks that way.
Kahrs’ is not the only brilliant, albeit slightly unnecessary, invention we’ve seen in recent months.
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Back in July, Dr Phil Green, 54, created a bizarre at-home hair trimmer, by gluing clippers onto a vacuum cleaner.
He explained: “It’s been a common thing during lockdown – everybody needs to cut their hair. I started off trying to do what other people were doing and emulate a hairdresser by using two hands.
“Then I thought, ‘Well, I’ve got clippers – maybe they will be easier?’ But I had to work out how I could efficiently get my hair away from my head. It was difficult to coordinate.
“So I then thought, ‘If I can attach the clippers to the vacuum cleaner…’ – and that’s what I did! Anyone can do it.
“I did it by chopping down one of those attachments on a vacuum cleaner – for tight spaces – and hot gluing clippers to the side. I then added a tie wrap to it, and that was it.
“You don’t need anyone else. You can just use one hand.”