That’s one giant leap for moon-kind.
Video shows a massive inflatable replica of the Earth’s moon tumbling through traffic and pedestrians in the streets of Fuzhou, China.
Instead, winds from from Typhoon Meranti sent the prop off and rolling on Wednesday. Several clips surfaced showing the amorphous blob squeezing around bikes, rolling over cars, and aimlessly traveling by a construction site.
Over 1.65 million homes lost power during the typhoon, which made landfall with 145 mile-per-hour winds, according to CBS News.
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