Moscow Storm: People Run Around With Portable Toilets On The Loose

A viral video shows portable toilets flying through the streets of Moscow as people run around in total chaos.

The Moscow weather situation is making waves on the internet with a dramatic video of portable toilets chasing people.

Yes, you read that right.  

Portable toilets chasing people.  

Twitter user @EugeneDX14 tweeted a video of blue portable toilets chasing people sliding across slick sidewalks across Red Square in the Russian capital while people can be seen running away from them in terror. 

"Even the toilets are fleeing from the bloody regime," states the caption on the video in Russian.


According to RT, after humid conditions, strong storm winds raised a blue toilet cubicle that went in the direction of a group of passersby between the Moscow Museum of Archaeology and the World War of 1812 Museum.

The Russian capital experienced an intense thunderstorm on Friday.


Many Twitter users compared the toilet’s movement to the paranormal activity in the television series "The X-Files." Others recalled British sci-fi show “Doctor Who,” where an alien-like doctor explores the universe in a time-traveling blue police box called the TARDIS.










Thankfully, no one was injured in the uncanny incident, as passersby managed to dodge the speedy lavatory.

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