Crazy Video Exposes the Dangers of Opening a Pressurized Door: The Unfortunate Mishap Unveiled

Kaylee Everhart

Updated Thursday, April 4, 2024 at 12:00 AM CDT

Have you ever come across a situation where a seemingly innocent action turns into a crazy and unexpected disaster? Well, in a recent video that has taken the internet by storm, we witness a perfect example of such a scenario. Titled "He did read the sign though," this video has left viewers in stitches while also highlighting the importance of being cautious in unexpected situations.

In the video, we see a door with a sign that reads, "Door is pressurized. Open carefully or be hit in the face with a heavy steel door." Yes, you read that right! This seemingly ordinary door has a hidden surprise waiting for anyone who dares to underestimate its power.

As the video progresses, we witness a man approaching the door, seemingly unaware of the impending danger. He reaches out to open it, but little does he know that this door is not to be taken lightly. With a swift swing, the heavy steel door slams open, narrowly missing the man's face. The unexpected force with which the door opens leaves everyone in awe, both amazed and amused.

The comments section of this video is filled with reactions from viewers who can't help but share their thoughts and experiences related to similar situations. One user hilariously remarks, "I have been in the navy for over a decade. That room is the ship's designated fart room." Another user jokingly questions, "Wait- people in the Navy can read??" It seems like this video has not only entertained but also sparked a sense of camaraderie among viewers who have experienced similar door-related mishaps.

The humor doesn't stop there. A comment pointing out the accent in the video adds, "The Cletus accent really sells it." It seems like the unexpected accent adds an extra layer of amusement to the already crazy situation.

While the video is undeniably funny, some viewers raise concerns about the safety measures in place. One viewer suggests, "Should have more than a hand-printed paper sign, like large red letters painted on the door. How about a railing so you have to stand to the side to move the lever, that looks like it could kill somebody!" It's no surprise that safety measures are of utmost importance, especially when it comes to potentially dangerous situations like this one.

The video also sparks a discussion in the comments section about similar experiences in different settings, such as the military. One user shares their own story, saying, "In CIC on a Spruance class destroyer, there was a spot forward starboard where an AC exhaust would circulate a fart in seconds through the entire space. That was the toll cost for an OS who broke my equipment through stupidity. Or as entertainment on El Rancho stew night." It seems like door-related mishaps are not limited to one specific environment.

As the comments continue, viewers reflect on their own experiences and the importance of caution. One user shares, "I spent a few years on an amphib (think of it as a Marine school bus/kennel). There were doors like this installed in pairs, used like you would an airlock. Enter one, close it, then exit the other, and it reduces the severity of pressure changes. The outer door of each pair had a safety catch but they were not always in great shape, so you really couldn't trust them. The number of Marines I saw try to open both at once and eat a door as a result was depressing." It becomes clear that being cautious around doors like these is not just a one-time lesson but a constant reminder in certain environments.

While the video provides a good laugh, it also raises questions about safety precautions and the need to educate people about potential dangers associated with seemingly harmless actions. As one viewer suggests, "I feel like 'open carefully' should be a little more specific. Like 'Get out of the swing radius'." It's essential to be aware of our surroundings and take necessary precautions to avoid accidents, even when faced with seemingly ordinary doors.

The video titled "He did read the sign though" has captured the attention of viewers worldwide, leaving them in stitches while reminding them of the importance of caution. Whether it's a designated fart room in the Navy or doors in military environments, unexpected mishaps can happen anywhere. Let this video serve as a reminder to always be mindful of potential dangers, even when faced with a seemingly harmless door.

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Top Comments from Imgur

insecure400lbman

I have been in the navy for over a decade. That room is the ship's designated fart room.

ChromePlatedEquator

Wait- people in the Navy can read??

eaglesfield

Should have more than a hand printed paper sign, like large red letters painted on the door. How about a railing so you have to stand to the side to move the lever, that looks like it could kill somebody !

notblubber

The Cletus accent really sells it.

CounselorUSN

In CIC on a Spruance class destroyer, there was a spot forward starboard where an AC exhaust would circulate a fart in seconds through the entire space. That was the toll cost for an OS who broke my equipment through stupidity. Or as entertainment on El Rancho stew night

Arcanum3000

He opened the door carefully. He carefully ensured he was not behind it when it opened.

jigglyandfullofjuice

I spent a few years on an amphib (think of it as a Marine school bus/kennel). There were doors like this installed in pairs, used like you would an airlock. Enter one, close it, then exit the other, and it reduces the severity of pressure changes. The outer door of each pair had a safety catch but they were not always in great shape, so you really couldn't trust them. The number of Marines I saw try to open both at once and eat a door as a result was depressing.

HungarianImgurian

I leaned away watching this.

Snooj

I feel like "open carefully" should be a little more specific. Like "Get out of the swing radius".

transhumanisticrecluse

what section is that door?

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