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Man Combats the Scourge of Slow Pedestrians With Bike Bell [VIDEO]

Man Startles Slow Pedestrians With Bike Bell
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Ever find yourself irritated by slow walkers as you’re trying to make your way down the street? One Japanese man seems to have found a solution — a bike bell that announces his presence. It’s so simple. Why didn’t we think of that?

As the man creeps up behind slow-moving pedestrians, his rings his bell. Some look back in slight annoyance, some move to the side and others just run away. If he tried this here in the U.S., something tells us the reactions wouldn’t be so polite. Watch below.

[BuzzFeed]

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