VIDEO: Yeshivah Bachur’s stunts on the streets of Lakewood

Early-Bird-video[VIDEO BELOW] Watch a yeshiva guy’s over the top reaction as he hurries around Lakewood – and performs stunts along the way – to catch the Oorah deadline.

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  1. Vey Goyish. Chas V’Shalom kids shouldnt practice this for fun. Once its in the mind…. Also Kiruv begins at home. Dont promote Social media-smartphones for Bochurim.

  2. Not amusing at all ! Running in between cars? Riding on the outside of a truck? Jumping over cars. Hes very talented but keep it in the gym not in the steeets.

  3. This video really promotes unsafe behavior in a town that has more than it’s fair share of pedestrian vs automobile events. Oh and his little bits of parkour isn’t very impressive.

  4. Very NOT impressive. Almost getting himself killed just to advertise for oorah. Look at all those short stopping cars having to quickly break. Absolutely not acceptable video

  5. Wow everyone is so quick to criticize… Its a bit embarrassing what goes on here and many other frum sites everyone just loves criticizing…grow up yeah its a little unsafe… was really not dangerous a car honked but please it wasn’t a short stop and the jumping over a car the car that was planned…so let live for goodness sake

  6. Oy vei mamash a sakana!! It’s called a stunt people, calm down. I guess it just goes to show how good Oorah’s video people (and the actors) are.

  7. The concern isn’t about the stuntman and the obviously edited video. The problem is with impressionable kids trying to mimic some of those moves.

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