Viral video sparks concern as man performs dangerous stunt on moving train | WATCH

The video was originally posted on the social media platform, Instagram by username 'amarbanglaremati' which has gained widespread reactions. 

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A jaw-dropping video has surfaced on the internet which has taken the internet by storm. In the video, a man can be seen performing a dangerous stunt on top of a moving train. The video has sparked a debate about the safety standard during travel. It draws a mix of astonishment and criticism from netizens. The video was originally posted on the social media platform, Instagram by username 'amarbanglaremati' which has gained widespread reactions. 

As per the reports, it was shot in Bangladesh which prompted the debate around the safety standards on trains. The video shows a man recklessly perched on the roof of a moving train in a similar fashion to the popular video game Subway Surfers. The man can be seen dodging the iron structures of the iron bridge.

What is Subway Surfers?

Subway Surfers is a mobile game characterized as an endless runner. Players assume the role of young graffiti artists, led by a character named Jake. The game involves these artists being caught in the act of tagging a metro railway site and subsequently fleeing from an inspector and his dog by running through railroad tracks. As players progress, they collect gold coins, power-ups, and various items while avoiding collisions with trains and obstacles.

Netizens criticize the irresponsible behavior

The video prompted a range of reactions online. Some viewers were astonished by the man's audacity, while others criticized his behavior as reckless and foolish. A debate ensued regarding the influence of popular culture on young individuals' propensity for engaging in risky behavior.

One user commented, "Dumb ways to die."

Another remarked, "Don't promote stupidity."

"He will be surfing in heaven if he keeps it up," quipped a third user.

A fourth user wrote, "All the stereotypes associated with Indian trains seem to apply to Bangladeshi trains too!"

"I really hoped he would bump his head," expressed the fifth user.

"Bangladesh is imitating India," remarked another.