Boy racer! Ingenious father attaches a remote control car to a tiny cart and takes his baby for a spin
- The man walks down the sidewalk with a remote control as son whizzes ahead
- The contraption appears to be powered by a remote control monster truck
- Footage was captured by Wing Na Wong on Main Street in Danbury, Connecticut
This is the moment an ingenious father takes his baby out for a spin using a tiny cart attached to a remote control car.
The footage was captured by portrait painter and stay-at-home mother Wing Na Wong, 38, on Main Street in Danbury, Connecticut.
It shows a man walking down the sidewalk holding a remote controller as his son whizzes along ahead.
The father is wearing casual clothing, including a hoodie and sweatpants, as he talks to his son.
His son, wrapped up warm in a wooly hat and blankets, is sitting in a tiny cart which resembles a civil war cannon with the characteristic wooden wheels.
The father has found a great way to avoid pushing his son in the buggy.
The wagon is powered by what appears to be a remote control monster truck attached to the front of the cart.
This is the moment an ingenious father takes his baby out for a spin using a tiny cart attached to a remote control car on Main Street in Danbury, Connecticut
The footage was captured by portrait painter and stay-at-home mother Wing Na Wong, 38
Miss Wong was so surprised by what she was witnessing, she pulled over to record the moment on September 30.
Despite living in the area, Miss Wong said she had never seen this father and son duo out and about with the creative contraption.
And this is not the only bizarre vehicle improvised by a father to save time and energy.
Father-of-three Daniel Bedenbaugh came up with a crafty way to clean the house and occupy his baby daughter at the same time.
Bedenbaugh had kept six-month-old Lucy at home in South Carolina after she came down with a runny nose on September 22, 2020.
The 30-year-old father was working in sales from home and had to juggle his job with entertaining his youngest daughter and cleaning the house.
He had a genius idea when he noticed that their Roomba vacuum was around the same size as the base of Lucy’s seat.
The inventive father found a couple of feet of silver duct tape in his garage and wrapped it around the base of the seat and underneath the mechanical floor cleaner.
Hilarious video footage shows Lucy riding around on top of the DIY robot chair while her cheerful father sings Roger Miller’s King of the Road to her.