I wouldn't think that out in the open like that there would be enough concentrated vapors to explode. Perhaps a very fast flash of whatever vapors might be left around the nozzle, but not a boom. Also, I think some (maybe not all) nozzles are some allot that doesn't spark or conduct. Still a dumb ass thing to do, certainly.To me, the dumbest thing he did was throw that pump down on the ground. That could have produced a spark and .... boom!
:lmao: That somewhat happened to me once in a Mc Donald's drive thru. The lady in the window dropped the change between the window and car. I opened the door and went to grab the change, forgetting my foot was on the brake and the car was in drive :doh. The driver door is open and the car is moving towards a busy street on a decline about 100 feet away. Unlike this guy, I hauled ass like Michael Johnson running on the side of the car and jumped in, slammed on the brake with my right foot, stopped about 2 feet short of the street . Now, when the bitch drops change in the window, I just forget about it :laughing.
You can tell the first time that he noticed a sound but didin't see anything and didn't look behind. But the second look backwards to see no vehicle was classic. Tossing the pump on the ground was pure dumb.What a moron! He turns and sees his SUV is gone, and then he goes back to pumping gas.
Throwing the pump on the ground was classic. Is he mad that he was being an idiot?
yeah it's like he forgot he had a car he looked behind and then continued to pump. Automatic transmission for him next time! Looks like he's too forgetful to have a stick. :lmao:What I laughed at was when he heard something and turned around, but continued to pump... :laughing: