THIS is the baffling moment four people tried to cross a vehicle-only bridge in Russia dressed as a BUS.
Footage shows the group inside a makeshift yellow school bus, complete with windows and wheels, walking across the Golden Bridge in Vladivostok, south east Russia.
But the pranksters - who appear to have their fake vehicle from a big cardboard box - don't get very far before being accosted by an angry security guard.
He sends the youngsters back in the opposite direction off the bridge, which has been closed to pedestrians since 2015.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs said that the young people had not had enough time to cause any disruption, according to Tass.
They also said it wasn't known when the footage was filmed.
The cable-stayed bridge connecting the centre of Vladivostok to the Pervomaisky district of the city was opened in 2012.
In August 2015, the Primorsky Regional Court banned pedestrians from using the bridge sparking public outcry.
Locals have made numerous appeals to scrap the ban, claiming its the shortest route to the city centre and unfair to ban people from waking over it.
The woman who filmed the stunt reportedly said she didn't understand the fuss and thought the bus disguise was "beautiful" and "artistic".
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