Video: This is the hilarious moment a drunken reveller falls off a £6,000 segway and watches helplessly as it rolls into a river

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Reece Humphreys, 30, was on a stag-do in Poland, when he stupidly tried to ride the off-road model up a grassy embankment.

Luckily, his fellow stags were on hand to video the whole thing - and laugh manically as his segway met its soggy fate.Reece, from London, said: “I was trying to ride the Segway up the hill and it almost made it to the top but the bloody thing didn’t have enough power to go all the way, so I tried to rock it forward and that’s when I fell off and it ended up facing the other way and then it just rolled down the hill into the water.“It did go through my mind when it was rolling down the hill ‘if that goes in I will be f**ked’.

The stag party in Krakow, Poland. See Masons copy MNSTAG: This is the hilarious moment a drunken reveller falls off a �6,000 segway and watches helplessly as it rolls into a river. Reece Humphreys, 30, was on a stag-do in Krakow, Poland, when he stupidly tried to ride the off-road model up a grassy embankment. Luckily, his fellow stags were on hand to video the whole thing - and laugh manically as his segway met a soggy end.

The stag party in Krakow, Poland. See Masons copy MNSTAG: This is the hilarious moment a drunken reveller falls off a �6,000 segway and watches helplessly as it rolls into a river. Reece Humphreys, 30, was on a stag-do in Krakow, Poland, when he stupidly tried to ride the off-road model up a grassy embankment. Luckily, his fellow stags were on hand to video the whole thing - and laugh manically as his segway met a soggy end.

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