Wild video shows men setting their hair on fire and ‘passing it on’
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Warning: Please do not try what you're about to see at home
A bizarre video has emerged online showing a group of men setting fire to each other's hair. Watch below:
The six mates are 'passing on' a bottle of vodka and - one by one - are lighting each other's head on fire.
Within seconds, each person appears to put their flame out but one man seems to struggle and looks to be in serious trouble if it wasn't for the help of his friend.
The fire was, just about, put out by rubbing his head against his friend's body.
The ridiculous footage has gone viral all over social media and people can't believe what they're seeing.
"Why women live longer," one person commented as another questioned: "Wtf is wrong with people?"
A third person said: "These man did pass the parcel with fire on their head. I see why women live longer."
And another added: "How foolish can men be sometimes?"
"This level of banter is something that is way out of my league," one person sarcastically wrote.
Well, almost one year ago this month marks the time Nicole Richie accidentally set her own hair on fire while trying to blow out her birthday cake candles.
Celebrating her 40th birthday, the actor was presented with a cake which had over a dozen candles on it.
After she managed to blow most of them out, Richie accidentally caught light to her hair.
Although the video cut before we could see the damage, it seems that the actor was unharmed during the accident.
Singer Kelly Rowland commented: "My heart just dropped!!!!" while Amy Schumer added: "Oh my gawwwd."
If you are unfortunate enough to catch fire to your hair or any other part of your body, it's important to know how to react.
According to health.com, you should 'douse the flames with water ASAP. If there's no water available, smother the flames with something made of cloth'.
Marquetta Breslin, a licensed cosmetologist, told the publication: "A blanket or jacket can even work and will allow you to smother the fire.
"You want the hair to stop burning as soon as possible. As long as there's not much product in the hair, the flames should be pretty easy to put out."
Susan McKelvey, communications manager at the National Fire Protection Association, said: "This essentially means: Stop where you are, cover your face with your hands, if possible, and roll over and over or back and forth until the flames are completely out."