An Army officer from the Highlands survived an attack in Afghanistan when a rocket-propelled grenade (RPG) bounced off his chest before exploding.
Lt David Robertson, 30, of 4 SCOTS Royal Regiment of Scotland, escaped with minor injuries.
The missile ricocheted off his body armour and detonated against his Warrior armoured vehicle.
Like I said, stud.
can you say....rambo?
If that story doesn't land him some serious tail... I dont know what will.
"so did I tell you about the time I took an RPG to the chest and deflected it?"
get that man another medal.
Teddy Roosevelt once took a bullet in the chest that was deflected by a folded speech and a glasses case in his pocket. He then proceeded to make a 90 minute speech refusing to go to the hospital. These two guys are true hosses.
It "bounced" off his body armour? What was the guy wearing? A tank?
It's all in the kilt.....
I love that he also hit Prince Charles with a potato.
Oops, my bad, Prince William.
(In light of remedial math mentioned above, considers some remedial reading practice....)
OK Carson, if there's anyone I believe *could* bounce an RPG off his chest, you'd be on the short list.
Oh God, I have a bad feeling I know what the next goofy challenge is going to be on Survivor.
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