A Graffiti Fail Compilation by DAOS

It’s graffiti fail week apparently.

When you’re painting clean trains, anything can happen. And when you paint them as frequently as DAOS, it’s bound to hit the fan often enough. To capture this side of the game, the Latin American (Spaniard?) writer has compiled a fail compilation of bad luck moments, including lost paint, trains pulling away, and plentiful chase scenes. At least he gets away every time in this video.

One scene finds them hiding in wait for the train to hit and his boy ends up sitting next to poop. “What do you think of waiting here next to the pupu?” he asks, laughing. “It sucks man,” he homie says. “We should have been reggaetoneros.”

In another, they get caught in a pretty serious raid and end up climbing a three story fence onto the ledge of a building that they have to crawl around three sides to avoids the police and run to safety.

It’s actually a pretty fun video with a happy ending. We’ve seen worse, for sure, but this is just for laughs.

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