Report: Car Crash a Result of "Ghost Riding"


Emergency responders had to cut three people out of a vehicle early this morning in a car collision under the Gateway Arch. According to Fox 2, the occupants of one of the vehicles were "ghost riding" on Leonor K. Sullivan Drive when their car crashed into another auto around 12:15 a.m.

What is ghost riding, you ask? It's when you get out of your car while it's still in drive and proceed to dance on the hood, roof and trunk. The sport has been popularized by rapper Mistah F.A.B., who (for reasons that need no explanation) is known for ghost riding a short, yellow bus. In the following video Sr. Fab explains how ghost riding is done:

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