In a twisted anti-skipping video, students are shown to be blown up by landmines after a day of fun at the beach
AUSTRALIA (INTELLIHUB) — The ad starts off like any other and the cinema-photography is brilliant to say the least.
In the ad, a group of free-thinking teens climb out a schoolroom window, subjecting themselves to a day full of fun–with no school.
Upon escape from the indoctrination center, also known as school, the teens were spotted by their peers as they drove off in an older model V.W. bus.
The next scene shows the kids taking some of their school attire off, getting ready for some summer fun as they drive down the highway, playing music and enjoying the breeze.
In the ad, the road trip to the beach appeared to be a good idea, the kids seemed rather happy.
Once at the beach, the school ditching crew disembarked the van for a day in the sun, wearing only swimwear, carrying surfboards. Soon enough they even started drinking what appeared to be alcohol. Then the unthinkable happens in the ad.
In a quite grizzly display, a few of the students instantly explode into a bloody pile of pulp after triggering landmines on the beach. Unfortunately, the unruly students managed to choose to go surfing inside a military “explosive testing site” by mistake. Stunningly, their bodily fluids and minced pieces of flesh were spattered across the faces of the survivors.
Are landmines not a bitch sometimes?
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