“STUCK” by Joe Ayala & Larry Chen goes Viral!

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A couple nights ago Larry Chen of Speedhunters & DriftFotos posted this video on his facebook. I was curious, clicked on it and didn’t know what I was expecting. But, by the end of the video I was laughing my ass off and asking myself “How the hell did they get away with that! LOL!”. That night it spread like wild fire, I saw my friends posting it every couple minutes.

The video was of the two getting stranded at DFW airport from a canceled flight and they had to rough it out till the next day for the next flight. But, instead of sitting around they decided to make a little video to kill the time and all in good fun. I knew this video would go viral sooner or later. Then tonight I hear its been on the local news, CBS , AOL News,  Good Morning America and all over the web! Amazing!

But also with all the fame from the video… Its also causing a lot of Buzz about “Airport security” at DFW international which is understandable.  But again I know they were doing it all in good fun. Good job guys

Enjoy the video. Leave some feedback on what you think and your thoughts.


(CBS news) – “What happens when two young guys find themselves stuck alone at an airport overnight with nothing to do? This video is what happens – watch and prepare to be amazed and amused.

Never underestimate what two bored guys can get up to when they have a video camera and time on their hands. The video was posted by Vimeo user “Joe Ayala” who writes about the eventful evening:

While on our way home from Formula Drift Palm Beach, Larry Chen and I found ourselves stranded over night in the Dallas airport as our flights home were canceled. The following is a brief summary of the events that took place that night.

We here at The Feed would like to take a moment to salute you, Joe Ayala and Larry Chen. Your cure for boredom at the Dallas airport has led to ours, too.”


The author Yogi

Ignition Marketing Group. C R E A T I V E M A N A G E R

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