Insanely Original Rifle-Toting, Moped-Riding Woman in Thailand (VIDEO)

Just when you think you’ve seen it all, a woman in Thailand proves you wrong. She drives up alongside you on her scooter, which is decked out with what appears to be some sort of Texas longhorn skull in the front, complete with a sheriff’s star painted on the forehead. Several firearms are mounted on the get-up, including a rifle resting near the exhaust pipe. She sits atop a finely stitched seat embroidered with “USA,” stars, stripes and an eagle. Oh, and to top it off she has her pet bird flying with her as she cruises down the street, and when she stops, he perches upon the handlebars.

Totally beautiful or completely bazaar? You decide.

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