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Some, meanwhile The “end of the world” is feared, Et al Relax and try to enjoy in an unusual way. It was the case of a man who was filmed in New York while smoking a hookah, above a float in a pool, during a flood.

The scene was filmed in a corridor Flooding from the city, Last Wednesday (1), experienced the latest developments from Hurricane Ida.

While taking long puffs on the hookah, the man with an accessory floating in the dirty water appears to be completely relaxed, leaving clouds of thick smoke.

“Another level of output,” says the caption of the video posted on Twitter, which received 1.2 million views.

While some were shocked at the situation, others said, “I understand that When hepatitis is seen“.

In the comments to the publication, the subject was nicknamed Covid-21 patient zero.

Destructive storm

Despite the funny tone At least 41 people have been killed in Hurricane Ida Authorities in and around New York have issued flood warnings.

“We are facing a historic weather event tonight with record rainfall across the city, brutal flooding and dangerous conditions on our streets,” New York Mayor Bill de Blasio said late Wednesday.

States of New York and New Jersey A state of emergency has been declared, United States Weather Service (NWS) issued the first flash flood warning in New York history, and in October 2012 Hurricane Sandy struck.

In Louisiana, where Ida was still a hurricane, I saw a dolphin swimming In a city.

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