Surprising video sees second daft lad brings in New Yr by making an attempt to launch firework from his MOUTH

A SHOCKING video reveals the second a daft lad brings within the New Yr by making an attempt to dangerously launch a firework – from his mouth.

The daredevil bloke – recognized solely as Rhys – was caught on digital camera allegedly in Sunderland, Tyne and Put on throughout New Yr’s Eve celebrations.

Supposedly filmed proper round midnight, the video captures the nameless younger man sticks the firework between his tooth proper earlier than he’s bathed in a sea of sparks as it’s set alight.

The clip reveals Rhys, wearing Underneath Armour shorts and a puffer jacket, clenching the firework’s stick in his mouth as a filming pal lights the rocket’s fuse on the finish.

The fuse catches alight, and Rhys turns away from the digital camera as his buddies could be heard cheering within the background.

He balances the rocket in place gently with one hand because the fuse dwindles down, earlier than the rocket bursts to life.

Rhys is then hit full blast within the face by a twig of orange sparks because the rocket makes an attempt to launch, inflicting him to drop the rocket in a direct response.

Rhys tosses the firework to the bottom as he and his buddies wheel away in shock, with the video ending earlier than it’s identified whether or not the rocket certainly exploded on the bottom or not.

Rhys shared the video to social media on New Yr’s Day with the caption: “Glad New Yr everybody! Simply tried to shoot a firework out me (sic) mouth, have to be a dud.”

The clip has since gained over 1,200 likes and 80 feedback from customers left bewildered by the dangerous stunt.

One person stated: “I’m at all times upset with these movies as a result of it by no means reveals you the harm afterwards.”

One other added: “Haha. Suppose the yr can solely get higher from right here for him.”

A 3rd wrote: “Common Sunderland behaviour.”

A fourth commented: “Subsequent time you may need to sprinkle your head with gasoline first for a barely extra enchanting outcome.”