Man Floods His Entire Bathroom After His Stunt Goes Very Wrong

A French YouTuber raised a lot of trouble after his washroom stunt went incredibly, wrong. Cyril Schreiner chose to fill his shower with orbeez - silicone balls that grow in water - for his most recent online video. In any case, it didn't actually work out as expected. Expecting that he hadn't thoroughly considered the cleaning up process - or considered scooping them of the bath - he chose to reassess the activity - actually. So, all in all the jam balls filled the pipes and began returning up through the toilet and sink. It was as Cyril understood he failed. Fan @yuqheis made a Twitter thread archiving the situations as they developed, which has since received more than 800,000 likes and 230,000 retweets. Cyril possibly exacerbated the situation when he began flushing them can make it overload. Thus, it didn't take long for his whole restroom to flood. Apparently uncertain on the best way to fix the harm he caused, he attempted to vacuum them up. This didn't end well either, when his vacuum cleaner began to smoke and got alight. Cyril asserted his whole local's sewage system was blocked, saying he got a letter from the town hall saying police were looking for the culprit. Be that as it may, his statement was later closed by the mayor, who uncovered there is no waste system connecting all of the houses in the area, recommending parts of the video were staged.

A French YouTuber raised a lot of trouble after his washroom stunt went incredibly, wrong. Cyril Schreiner chose to fill his shower with orbeez – silicone balls that grow in water – for his most recent online video.

In any case, it didn’t actually work out as expected. Expecting that he hadn’t thoroughly considered the cleaning up process – or considered scooping them off the bath – he chose to reassess the activity – actually.

So, all in all, the silicon balls filled the pipes and began returning up through the toilet and sink.

It was as Cyril understood he failed. Fan @yuqheis made a Twitter thread archiving the situations as they developed, which has since received more than 800,000 likes and 230,000 retweets.

Cyril possibly exacerbated the situation when he began flushing them can make it overload. Thus, it didn’t take long for his whole restroom to flood.

Apparently uncertain on the best way to fix the harm he caused, he attempted to vacuum them up. This didn’t end well either when his vacuum cleaner began to smoke and got alight.

Cyril asserted his whole local’s sewage system was blocked, saying he got a letter from the town hall saying police were looking for the culprit.

Be that as it may, his statement was later closed by the mayor, who uncovered there is no waste system connecting all of the houses in the area, recommending parts of the video were staged.

Jessica Blair

Jessica Blair is the lead editor of Weird News Ledger. Before joining Weird News Ledger, Jessica worked as a national political reporter for Postmedia News. She has covered many political events on and off since 2006, writing for Sun Media, and producing for CTV and for CBC.

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