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    Australian Kangaroo Forgets to Pump His Brakes, Crashes Into Cyclist

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    In Australia, not only do cyclists have to concern themselves with speeding cars, but also with springing roos.

    Out enjoying some fresh air, a cyclist's Australia Day came to a crashing halt after a speeding kangaroo decided to use the biker's body as a speed bump. Thankfully the rider is okay, folks, but let this be a warning for the next time you're out and about.

    Roo 1, Humans 0.

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