Man Does Wheelie on Bike – Leg Gets Skinned to the Bone

Man Does Wheelie on Bike - Leg Gets Skinned to the Bone

A man tried the famous wheelie maneuver in the Northeastern Brazilian State of MaranhΓ£o, and it didn’t exactly had the result he anticipated. He somehow lost control of his motorbike and got his leg skinned to the bone. His face tells the rest of the story.

As usual, the Da Silvas gather around in their infamous flip-flops to watch the carnage, take some photos or videos and send them to their friends. A child, who is probably desensitized after seeing such things quite often, can be seen. But I mean, aren’t we all here at BestGore desensitized to some degree? In truth, the gore we see is on a digital form, so how would we react if we saw it happening in front of us? This reminded me of a car accident I saw a few years ago. The car was cut in half, and a body with a white yet bloodied forensic sheet was laying on the ground. And although I felt a rush, resulting from the initial shock, it was short-lasting and I felt indifferent right afterwards, for I immediately reminded myself that that is just how life is. It has a beginning and an end, which may come in unexpected ways.

A trail of blood can be traced to the flip-flops the man was wearing, Brazil’s eternal bad omen, alongside the surname ‘Da Silva’. Since one can’t remove one’s surname, why not at least avoid the closest thing that inadvertently gives you bad luck? Shouldn’t they know this by now? But some people just don’t learn. Should we however pity these guys who perform such reckless and dangerous road tricks, putting not only themselves, but others at risk? Well, lesson learned I guess. I bet he won’t do that again.

Author: Portuguese Dude

From Portugal, thats all.

63 thoughts on “Man Does Wheelie on Bike – Leg Gets Skinned to the Bone”

    1. True Stage door ( aka Backdoor) johnny ! Sorry….

      But a few doses of intravenous antibiotics will prevent that. I’d like to think this would be fix able as foot seems to be attached .

      Only thing that worries me for this guy is he is missing the second bone in the lower leg – tibia or fibula not sure which. Unless they are trying to cut costs during manufacture of Brazilians considering the Short expiry date of these particular models of FV ?

      1. Haha who told you @Dutchy? It’s cool though, I always knock first, like a gentleman. As for the poor fucker in the post, well I wouldnt want to be in his shoe! He was probably half-expecting the motorbike assassin to show up and finish off what the tarmac started.

  1. I thought that was the goal of all chefs, to get the meat to fall right off the bone. And you’re right rayf, it’s been a while since we’ve seen such an injury.

    PD, I believe desensitization is no big deal, unless I become psychopathic. Doctors, nurses, medical examiners and coroners become desensitized during their training and experience. In fact, they can even eat in the presence of gore or while discussing cases in great detail. Many of us have been through trauma, both physical and/or psychological. Seeing blood and gore of someone else in person while rare, is nevertheless part of life. I would argue those who become adults who haven’t seen such carnage need to get out more. That way, the real world won’t be so shocking to them when it occurs in front of them, and it will.

    If you would like to see an amazing example of desensitization, watch the two seasons of Utopia (UK TV) and focus on one of the main characters called Arby. He’s a case study of psychopathic desensitization. After the first one hour episode, you’ll know what I mean.

    1. It isn’t much of a big deal, however, we should make a distinction between the desensitization doctors undergo as a consequence of their profession, to that we undergo seeing murders, torture and suicides. They are quite different in my opinion. That said, I absolutely believe people should do an effort to watch gore once in a while, as it is part of life and, as you said, they won’t be as shocked when they witness it in person.

      1. Doctors and others in the medical industry are not immune to such psychopathy from this, PD. It is a later stage of human desensitization, a tangent, if you will, that skews toward mental illnesses in varying degrees of severity over time. Emergency Room personnel see gore in most every shift they work (see also coroners). Neonatal personnel see crack babies and other premature infants and their struggles to survive, too. Even the neighborhood butcher and fish monger working at our local grocer’s is desensitized after viewing animal carcasses reduced to shrink-wrapped consumer packaging for extended periods of time (see also slaughterhouse workers). The same occurs with hunters who process and eat what they kill, or soldiers that spend much time in theaters of combat. The infamous phrases “I was just doing my job.” or “I was just following orders.” is the ultimate evidence of psychopathic desensitization or emotional detachment, often used to justify the most atrocious actions. Over time, these truths can prove devastating to the psyche of any professionals, leading to many mental illnesses, up to and including suicide (see PTSD). Their desensitization is exactly the same as ours can be. Those of us with the mental capacity to not allow it to fester or develop into psychopathy are the ones who make careers of the industry indefinitely and can successfully and productively cope with such realities. In other words, emotions must be kept in check in order to perform the required job at hand in what we term as a professional manner.

        Medical professionals are humans first, then professionals further down the list of distinguishing characteristics, after all. Therefore, they are susceptible to all human conditions too, including PTSD-induced psychopathy.

        This is why Mr. Spock was so popular in the Star Trek paradigm. He was only half human, leaving that most human characteristic of emoting aside as illogical in terms of true personal development. Too much emotional involvement, like anything else, can prove devastating to anyone. In order to overcome such debilitating conditions, one must emote in moderation, always. This is what I have both learned and experienced with regards to my own desensitization.

        Perhaps desensitization originally manifests itself in an initial trauma experienced by us, the very first time we witnessed gore. Depending upon the age, maturity, and level of mental development of the witness, we find the level of coping ability as either standard, or skewed towards the path of psychopathy. I believe the more information we learn, the more we can expect or anticipate traumatic situations and be mentally and physically prepared for them, as no matter what anyone says, all realities must be properly and constructively dealt with in order to continue to develop as a human, even the most atrocious ones.

        When desensitization shuts down empathy, as with young children who experience trauma, I would argue that is precisely when the tangent path toward insanity is first trod.

  2. I dunno which of the bike the skinned up dude owned Well Its hard to decipher out but when you own one of these beauties you gotta respect the raw power they come with .I own two of the best of two wheeler beasts and I’ve got all respect for the way they are.
    Ever Try thinking one can tame them is the biggest mistake one can make .

    Well thanks Portuguese Dude ………… I stand bowed down to the beast once again . …………its hard to understand what kinda euphoria people feel when they go throwing caution to the wind .With this bout I come more learnt more sound in my knowledge rather polishingly more revised in knowing the limits and the surprises life can throw at me .
    Just see how some maddening stint can land someone in a state of sorriness.

  3. holly fucking hell !
    i cant even imagine the pain to have the bone in the air… and cant imagine if there is some wind.

    Thats weird, most of the time after this kind of accident, the bones are broken, and here, the bone is clean.. dafuq the strength needed to tear the skin and separate the bone and muscles….

    [censored weird frenglish words here]

    1. Holly you mean like cold wind on a teeth with a hole? O .. K .. that one did made me shudder. Not had a filling for 20 odd years but the idea is enough to triple brush now!

      1. nope, worse than that, i talk about wind on bone exposed.
        i already get some injury, pretty damn shit, with small little part of the bone visible in the injury hole.
        as an idiot (i didnt knew that) for try kick out the pain, i have blow on the injury and… well… when wind touch the exposed bone. its fucking hard pain.

          1. yeah sure its pain (i already got this due to carious teeth trouble ,you see).. but actually i think this guy is more in pain than teeth nerves troubles XD

            i mean, if what this guy probably feel at this moment is similar to some teeth nerves pain.. wtf i kill my dentist right now , he is a terrorist masochist and all XD

  4. Bike stunts?! What do you know about bike stunts? You don’t know the calf of it!

    As for being desensitized, I guess seeing the gore through a screen offers a buffer so the shallow areas of the mind can pass it off the same way you would dismiss the gore seen in a slasher flick. I had trouble seeing this stuff before, but knowing that it’s real, it made me much more accepting of what can happen to our fragile humans bodies in a single moment. I don’t wish for it, but it would be interesting to come across an incident such as the ones we see on this site, just to know what my reaction would be.

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