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Killjoy Reporter Ruins Everyone’s Sledding Fun [VIDEO]

During snowy weather, it’s apparently a tradition to sled down Queen Anne Hill in Seattle despite the dangers of oncoming traffic. During a report on this activity, Meg Coyle of King 5 News had the nerve to suggest that sledders wear helmets.

As a result, she was called out by one thrill-seeker for being a “total, complete killjoy.” Yeah! Way to ruin all the dangerous fun!

To be fair, Coyle simply suggests that riders be safe and cautious. Still, it’s awfully funny to see the well-intentioned reporter wither in the face of the woman’s anger. Watch below.

[via BuzzFeed]

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