VIDEO: And this is why you shouldn't do donuts in a golf cart
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VIDEO: And this is why you shouldn’t do donuts in a golf cart

Admit it: At one point or another, you've given serious thought to trying some crazy stuff in a golf cart. Maybe you've thought of taking a curve too tight. Maybe you've wanted to fly downhill, even when there's a sign asking you to apply the breaks. Maybe you've wanted to do some donuts.

On that last one, we have an example of why that's a bad idea.

A guy named Josh Meservey thought it'd be a fun trick to do a donut in a golf cart on a dirt road. He pulls off the donut alright, but doesn't even out the weight very well, and the resulting force flips his cart over on top of him.

Of course, beer is involved.

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