Styrofoam box falls out of speeding lorry back in – TWICE! 

This is the astonishing moment a styrofoam box bounces out of speeding lorry and straight back in twice in a row.

The dashcam clip, filmed on Provincial Highway 61 in Taiwan, captures the vehicle as it travels along a highway with an open back showing a collection of stacked boxes.

As it moves, the cargo comes loose, and a styrofoam box falls from the lorry onto the road. Seconds later, it bounces on the concrete and lands back inside.

The dashcam clip, filmed on Provincial Highway 61 in Taiwan, captures the vehicle as it travels along a highway with an open back showing a collection of stacked boxes

The dashcam clip, filmed on Provincial Highway 61 in Taiwan, captures the vehicle as it travels along a highway with an open back showing a collection of stacked boxes

The dashcam clip, filmed on Provincial Highway 61 in Taiwan, captures the vehicle as it travels along a highway with an open back showing a collection of stacked boxes

It falls from the back again almost immediately, before bouncing back into the lorry again and finally settling inside the vehicle.    

The mysterious clip, posted to Twitter today, has been viewed more than 178,800 times.

Baffled viewers took to the comments of the discuss the phenomenon, with one user claiming ‘aerodynamic turbulence, it’s explainable.’ 

As it moves, the cargo comes loose, and a styrofoam box falls from the lorry onto the road

As it moves, the cargo comes loose, and a styrofoam box falls from the lorry onto the road

Seconds later, it bounces on the concrete and lands back inside

Seconds later, it bounces on the concrete and lands back inside

As it moves, the cargo comes loose, and a styrofoam box falls from the lorry onto the road. Seconds later, it bounces on the concrete and lands back inside

Another joked: ‘Obviously it’s one of those memory-foam pillows.’

‘Just looks like the drag of the wind going under the truck from the front, would then blow upwards, as well as outwards, from the back,’ suggested a third. 

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