Man Shows Brutal Injuries After Trying To Complete Milk Crate Challenge
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Warning the action in this challenge could result in serious injury. Please do not attempt this.
A man has showed off the savage injuries he sustained after trying to take on the milk crate challenge.
Social media has been absolutely dominated by the viral trend in the last few weeks, as people attempt to complete the wobbly pyramid.
Essentially, people stack crates on top of each other in an ascending then descending order to create a miniature hill.
Participants have to see if they can climb up and down the pyramid without falling over.
Not only do they have to have incredible physical balance to complete the challenge, but they're usually also accompanied by a hooting crowd on all sides.
The videos that have taken over Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and TikTok usually end in the crates going everywhere as the participant falls from an uncomfortable height, crashing onto the floor below.
It always seems to be the way down that seems to be the most difficult part as the person tries to navigate the thin and wobbly gauntlet.
Clearly, it looks like a fairly painful experience and one man on Twitter has revealed the aftermath of what happens when you fall.
Renard Smith Sr. posted two images of his injured back as he holds an ice pack to cool the inflammation.
One person reacting to the painful pictures said: "Them ribs are done for. That ice ain't gonna do s**t but make you cold."
Another added: "Man what'd you think was going to happen smh."
A third wrote: "Imagine telling the doctor you fell off some crates. But seriously you should get this checked out."
There are so many videos of people stacking it off crates that many are asking whether it can even be completed.
However, there are a few clips that have been doing the rounds showing people not only finishing the impressive challenge, but upping the ante.
One woman has gone viral for doing it in high heels of all things and another bloke was pictured rolling a joint while climbing the makeshift stairs.
So, while it's definitely achievable, judging from the number of people who have brutally fallen to the ground, don't expect to be in the minority who've been successful.
Please don't try this at home.