A man who obviously has a "girth" larger than the inner radius of a floating inner tube, appears to have gone through it unscathed, both for him and the inner tube.
Or did he not go through the tube since he took the inner tube down with him?
Still, assuming that he did, how did he get through? The human body is soft enough (specially around areas with lots of ... er .. padding) that one could squeeze through something like that.
What do you think?
Credit: CBS News