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Just About Every Law Enforcement Agency Showed Up When WhistlinDiesel Drove His Monster Truck in the Gulf of Mexico

Right now, in the automotive YouTube community, there are very few creators that are more polarizing than WhistlinDiesel. Known for his tendency to create mayhem and destroy high dollar vehicles, some have decided to take on a bad attitude toward the channel. On the other hand, though, there are a ton of people who are down to watch him play with high dollar toys, even if it means blowing them to pieces sometimes.

With his latest trick, though, Whistlindiesel seems to have caught the attention of just about everybody. It really seems like a stunt that could be one to stand to win over even the harshest of haters. At the end of the day, it’s pretty difficult to not find a video like this incredibly interesting, even if it’s just with the mindset of wanting to know what happens next.

The adrenaline was pumping for WD as he would take his monster truck that has become known as the “Monstermax” into the “Ocean” (Acutally the Gulf of Mexico). The machine that has been fitted with dual front and rear wheels is apparently able to float when fitted with oversized tires as well. Therefore, WD and company would journey to the Gulf to head through the waterway with all of the boats!

Naturally, when you bring a monster truck to a boat ramp, it’s going to draw some attention. In this one, not only did it draw the attention of bystanders. It also drew the attention of just about every law enforcement agency within miles. The video claims that the police, Coast Guard, EPA, and DNR were all called to the scene to investigate.

When push came to shove, though, it turns out that it wasn’t really all that illegal. Luckily, the crew was able to put the truck in the water and film the video as they went. When they got back to dry land, law enforcement was waiting on them, though. As it turns out, the only infraction that they racked up was improper boat registration. This infraction comes with nothing more than a minor fine.


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