Usually, you have to brave traffic and unforeseen obstacles on a highway just to make it to a happy hour on time. But in a rare twist of fate, the happy hour can blindside the commuters, especially when a semi-truck carrying nothing but Tito's Vodka overturns, unleashing voluminous rivers of booze onto the concrete.
That exact thing happened outside of Philadelphia on I-95 South early on Thursday morning. The truck was carrying enough vodka to please a violent horde of Russian pirates, if there was such a thing. It reportedly took crews hours to unload box after box of the Tito's, just to get the truck put back into an upright position. Too bad there wasn't a river of tonic water flowing nearby, but sadly mother nature doesn't provide cocktails like it does apocalyptic fires.
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Thankfully, the driver only sustained minor injuries in the accident, and no one else was hurt by the truck or any flying vodka bottles.
Needless to say, it's never a good thing when a large truck flips over. Although sometimes they unleash mountains of pizza and sudsy streams of light beer. We can call those a blessing in disguise.
[h/t Associated Press]
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