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Video: Motorcyclist Grabs Toes Of Unsuspecting Car Passenger On Freeway

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You might think twice the next time you decide to air out your feet on a road trip.

While sticking her feet out the window of a car on the freeway, an unsuspecting passenger had her toes playfully grabbed by a passing motorcyclist, who caught the drive-by squeeze on camera.

In a short YouTube clip shot by the motorcyclist, San Diego-based photographer Zim Killgore, we first see a pair of colorful, socked-covered feet sticking out of the rear window of a car. As Kilgore approaches the Halloween-themed socks, the video switches to slow-motion, a celestial choir sings and he gently grabs the person's toes. The feet of the surprised passenger are quickly pulled inside the car as Kilgore pulls away and continues to ride on. But before he does, we catch a glimpse of one confused passenger who likely won't be sticking their feet out the window again any time soon.

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And while Kilgore's video is certainly blowing up with over 2.2 million views since it was posted two days ago, it hasn't yet achieved quite the viral status of another tickling motorcyclist: