The Most Epic Food Truck Spills of All Time
This truck was carrying 20 pounds of raw cookie dough in giant, rolling tubs when its back door opened and the contents spilled out. It essentially created a bunch of huge cookie cakes on a North Carolina highway.
Willy Wonka, is that you? A truck transporting milk chocolate in Poland in May crashed through a traffic barrier causing the vehicle to flip onto its side and spill a sea of the sweet stuff on both sides of the highway. Before the traffic was haulted by police, people drove right through, leaving chocolatey tire marks for several miles down the road.
Local residents didn't hesitate to scoop up chili sauce to take home after a loaded truck tipped over in China in 2012.
About 900 bushels of harvested corn were dumped into the front yards of homes along Illinois Route 11 in 2010 when a truck swerved to avoid tree-trimmers doing work in the area.
A bin carrying approximately 8,000 pounds of peanuts was being pulled by a pickup truck when it tipped over in North Carolina in 2000, closing one lane and slowing traffic in the other.
Slick roads and wet weather contributed a truckload of lemons being dumped onto a Los Angeles highway in April 2000.
A truck with 20 tons of sprats tipped over in Germany in April, causing all of the fish to spill across an open field.
Grab a glass! In 2005, a truck in France, containing 30,000 bottles of Spanish wine, was drained into the streets.
Cases of Coors Light beer spilled out of a tractor-trailer alongside a state highway in West Virginia in 2017.
A semi-trailer overturned in Melbourne in 2006, spilling its load of processed meat destined for dog food.
A truck making its way to Costco experienced a broken latch on the back of its haul, causing gallons of milk to spill out onto a exit ramp in Florida.
A transport truck carrying chum salmon rolled over in Alaska in 2016, spilling the fish across three of the highway's lanes and backing up traffic for more than an hour.