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Reckless dudes attempt everyday activities in the midst of Typhoon Megi

Typhoon Megi in Taipei, Taiwan, has killed at least four people and injured several hundred. Winds at nearly 100 miles per hour thrashed the city for 14 straight hours during the Category 4 typhoon. However, this did not cause concern for three Swedish brothers visiting the city.  They casually chilled outside in the rough winds, attempting to read a newspaper, light a cigarette, drink coffee and more.
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