A semi was carrying a shipment of Axe Body Spray through Texas on Friday morning when somehow it caught on fire . . . and all that Axe EXPLODED. The truck was completely destroyed, but fortunately no one was hurt.
There was a chemical weapon explosion in Texas this weekend. There were no casualties, but experts are warning people to stay away due to increased levels of douchiness.
A semi was carrying a shipment of Axe Body Spray on Interstate 35 in Belton, Texas on Friday morning when somehow it caught on fire . . . and all that Axe EXPLODED.
Cans of Axe were blowing up and flying everywhere, the truck was completely destroyed, and the highway had to be shut down for hours to clean up the carnage.
But thankfully, no one was hurt . . . the driver got out in time.
(Here are a few photos from the scene.)
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Originally posted on September 4th, 2018