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VIDEO: Kiev Bridge Climb Teens Hit YouTube

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"Hey everyone, here's a fun fact." Chicken Kiev was introduced in Britain in 1976, by Marks & Spencer. It was a ready-made meal. And it tasted like bad things.

In other news, Kiev is home to four of the more concerning/foolhardy teenagers earth has mustered up. Here they are, now, climbing the Moscow Bridge in the Ukrainian capital. It's a 12 minute video so if your nerve/boss can't take that much footage, just skip to any point. It's all equally repulsive...

Elsewhere, Marks & Spencer is doing juuuuust fine...

Image: YouTube

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