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Jimmy John’s Delivery Man Pulls Off Audaciously Dangerous Move

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For all the talk about food delivery via drones and robots, nothing will ever top good ol’ fashioned human ingenuity.

And then there’s this.

A delivery man for Jimmy John’s in Jacksonville, Fla. was caught on camera putting his bike on his back and hopping a moving train, which he then jumped off of in order to cross to the other side.

A woman who owns several Jimmy John’s restaurants in Jacksonville told News4Jax this was clearly not the smartest thing to do:

We do not condone that type of delivery method. We expect all of our drivers and delivery employees to follow all traffic laws and in this case, railroad crossing laws.”

Meanwhile, the assistant manager of the Jimmy John’s where this delivery man reportedly works refused to talk on camera about the incident, but said delivery drivers should obey the law, which brings up an interesting point: why didn’t the manager of the store give a comment? Short of an E. coli scare, what else could keep the manager so busy he’d not be available to comment on this matter?

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