The Hilarious Interview You NEED to Watch Regarding the Missing F-35 Crash
It’s not every day that the United States military loses an F-35 when it is still flying in the sky. But that is exactly what happened over the weekend. The fighter jet was having issues, which led to the pilot having to eject. After that, the plane was in autopilot or “zombie” mode. Does that mean it was just flying straight until it ran out of gas? Seems pretty damn dangerous, and people in the area are lucky nobody was hurt or killed. As the government tries to figure out what went wrong with the $100 million dollar aircraft, we have been gifted Randolph White. Randolph lives in Williamsburg County, South Carolina, and was just “taking a shave” when he heard this incredible noise go over his home. He’s the missing F-35 interview you need:
Witness to the F-35 crash, Randolph White, imitates what he heard when it went down (WBTW) 😂 pic.twitter.com/1I0hdRhKiU— CJ Fogler account may or may not be notable (@cjzero) September 20, 2023
I don’t know enough about fighter jets to dispute the noise that Randolph said the missing F-35 made, but I thank him for giving us internet gold. When you send a reporter out to talk to people on the street you are almost asking for ridiculous interviews who either witnessed an event or saw a crowd and decided to check it out.
Seeing Randolph reminded me of a few other local news clips that went viral. Let’s re-live some great local television on-the-street interviews:
The Mobile, Alabama Leprechaun
People in the Crichton area of Mobile believed there was a leprechaun hiding in a tree. It only came out at night and those people were there to see it. The highlight of the original video is the amateur sketch of the leprechaun. Another highlight was when someone put music to the original video.
Kai the Hitchhiker
He was a ‘hero’ until he was convicted of first-degree murder. Not funny, but the original interview with him sure was. The good stuff starts at 51 seconds into the clip. Also, it’s a very NSFW clip.
Grape Stomping Lady
This was more of a controlled show segment and there was a plan. Everything should’ve gone according to plan, but as Mike Tyson once said, “Everyone has a plan until they get punched in the mouth.” Or in this case, when you fall out of the stomping bucket & platform.
Sweet Brown and her apartment complex fire
Kimberly “Sweet Brown” Wilkins escaped an apartment fire in the middle of the night and gave one of the best local TV interviews ever. Her interview was quickly remixed and made into a song that also took the internet by storm. Here’s the original: