Guy Snowboards Abandoned NYC Streets, Cops Have Something To Say About It
by N/A, 7 years ago | 1 min read
The blizzard wasn't all bad–some people really had a good time with it.
By now, you've all heard about the blizzard that hit the east coast.
Major cities like New York and Washington D.C. effectively shut down from January 22nd-25th. Traffic stopped, and the streets–though they were filled with snow–were clear of traffic.
Some people got creative and really took advantage of the traffic-less streets.
This is more than just "on-road off-roading," though.
Like Casey Neistat, who took out his snowboard and decided to carve some pavement-powder on the streets of New York City.
And just how did he do that?
Of course, he was pulled by a jeep like a land-based wakeboarder.
And this is really cool. Probably at least a little dangerous as well.
People all over the city were into it, and a few even joined in.
This looks super fun.
Look at him just shredding the empty snow-filled streets.
This is definitely not legal, but totally worth the risk of a ticket. The risk of losing a limb, though–I'm not so sure about.
A ski bro even joined in the fun.
It was basically an amazing day for everyone.
Things were going great until the inevitable happened.
The cops stopped them, because of course some fun-haters had to file complaints. Luckily, though, the cops were chill and didn't bust them.
Check out the full New York boarding video here.
Do not show me this again