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Graffiti Bomb in Israel

I feel certain, that some people will laugh at the colorful result of this bomb squad operation and others will shake their heads in disbelief because of this youngsters boldness.

What I’m talking about is this video, showing some dudes leaving alone a bag at a bus-stop somewhere in Israel. What follows is probably a common procedure in a country where bomb attacks unfortunately are part of the daily routine: Of course people get terrified and call the police to verify the bomb-to-be. A bomb squad finally burst the bag full of spray-cans what then results in a massive paint explosion…

As I said, this graffiti bomb action is funny for some, but definitely not for me or local uninitiated people. My advise for people with too much spare-time: Build some useful graffiti devises as DTagno did in Berlin with his Morphogenetic Field Device, compare spray-cans with skateboards like Dave the Chimp or create your own water calligraphy bike!

Graffiti Bomb in Israel

Video via invasianmagazine.com.
And yes, it’s a viral!

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  1. Pleas do a minimum of research. This is the text below the video translated with Googe:
    This is a brand launch video files YAK PAK New York that makes immigration to Israel. And now you can get it for a bomb at the intersection of books and in selected stores – 20% off. Go to our Facebook page and you put a little color to life.
    One last thing for all concerned: not wasting the valuable time of police officers, we used actors, The colors added in editing and photographed on a back road without interrupting traffic. Oh, also the sound of the shot we added in editing. Snoring, by the way, completely real.

    • yeah, i know. that’s why I wrote: “And yes, it’s a viral!” ;-)

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