Look, we don’t know a hell of a lot about squash, nor do we really care, but we know a horrific injury when we see one.
That’s exactly what we have on our hands here.
Cameron Pilley is the world-record holder for the hardest squash ball ever hit at 175 mph and he decided to give us a demonstration of what that means. Pilley enlists his brother to take a shot in the back at close range and, well, let’s just say the results aren’t pretty.
The shot actually leaved a hole in the dude’s back.
We wouldn’t recommend this to the overly squeamish.
Date: Oct. 10, 2011
Premise of Video: Cameron Pilley, the world-record holder for hardest squash shot, fires one into his brother’s back at close range.
Climax of Video: The hole in Pilley’s brother’s back.
Conclusion: Why anyone would volunteer for this is beyond us. Squash actually looks kind of dangerous.