How did your parents pull your teeth out when you were a kid? Did your dad grab his pair of pliers from the garage, or did they let them fall out on their own? No matter how they went about removing your primary chompers, it probably wasn’t as cool (or risky) as this Florida man’s technique.
Robert Abercrombie’s son had a loose tooth, so he tied a string around it and hooked it up to the back of his LS3 V8-powered fifth-generation Camaro SS. Luckily the tooth came out with relative ease and the boy didn’t end up getting dragged along the pavement, happily exclaiming “It came out!” upon its successful removal.
This stunt may seem a bit risky, but considering how loose most kid’s teeth are when they begin to fall out, we don’t think Abercrombie was putting his child at risk. He was also aware of the possibility of the car spitting up some rocks in his son’s face and pulled away at a somewhat somber pace to avoid such a scenario. Check it out in the video below.