Superman Impersonator Tries To Impress By Stopping A Bus—But Gets Hit By It Instead

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s a Brazilian man thinking he is Superman. 

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Luiz Ribeiro de Andrade, a Brazilian Superman impersonator, tried to perform a stunt that got him hit by a bus. The comedian recorded himself while trying to use his superpowers to stop a moving vehicle.

However, as Comic Sands notes, the bus did not stop, but it did hit the guy instead.

Thankfully, the 35-year-old man got up unharmed. Which, according to him, proved that he was “really made of steel.” 

Speaking to F5 News, Ribeiro said:

“It’s a stunt I always do, but this time it almost turned into an accident, and it wasn’t serious because the hand of God was there…I didn’t feel anything with the knock.”

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In the video, the Kal-El imitator also joked the vehicle’s brakes were “not working,” but he later apologized, saying he had made an error in judgment. Ribeiro explained:

“I went to the bus company so that the driver would not be penalized. There was no problem with the brakes.”


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The Brazilian Superman has been doing this stunt since last year(at least).


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A video from March 2020, shows the man all dressed up in a super-suit while walking through the streets of Aracaju without wearing a mask at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.

Following his recent incident, the bus company owning the vehicle that hit Ribeiro issues a statement stressing “the importance of attention to traffic, taking care of all the necessary precautions.”

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