HOVERBOARD SNAKING PRANK In Home Depot

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by Kivi

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08.17.2020



We went to Home Depot and started to snake on our Hoverboard (Handsfree segway, IO Hawk, swegway) and we were very surprised that we did not get kicked out. Most employees just laughed at us because of how hilarious we looked planking on the segway. We had a lot of fun filming this. Let us know if you want part 2!!! 🙂

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