Victor Williams, a reporter in Detroit, clearly felt fairly safe about his skateboarding abilities.
Confident sufficient to get on a board on live TV and ship his report — that’s how assured.
(And he nailed it!) Watch his standup beneath:
This didn’t come as a big shock to his colleagues, who wrote online, “Those of us who know Victor here at WDIV-Local 4 and ClickOnDetroit are well aware of his skateboarding skills. When a story about a new skatepark in Detroit needs coverage, obviously, we’re putting Victor on it.”
Williams has even completed this earlier than, however this explicit report from simply this week is actually turning heads. ESPN’s “SportsCenter” and Tony Hawk are amongst among the sharers on social media.
Williams was reporting from Detroit’s Chandler Skatepark for an replace on the park’s development progress, and to inform viewers about a man giving free skateboarding classes.
Williams has now gone viral — receiving 1000’s of likes and retweets, together with articles and even some provides without spending a dime meals at eating places.
Free skateboarding classes are occurring at a new skatepark in Detroit. Of course I needed to present the youngsters one thing on @Local4News. In all seriousness – as a youngster, I’d have killed for a new park and mentors within the skateboarding group. Glad to see it’s occurring in Detroit pic.twitter.com/3fvC8VJvDq
— VICTOR WILLIAMS (@NewsWithVictor) October 14, 2021
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