A young American student named Andrew has become famous thanks to some photos and videos posted on Twitter in which he is seen pouring milk and cereal into a hole and then enjoying an unusual breakfast. The incident took place in Trenton, a small town in Wayne County, but the reasons for the gesture are not known. The 22-year-old used a gallon of milk (nearly 4 liters) and Lucky Charms cereals (plain rings and colorful marshmallows).
Also, in order to do this, Andrew literally lay down on the road to use his trusty spoon without any problems. According to him, there would be no political goal to be achieved: Andrew explained to local newspapers that he did not know how he got the inspiration, he simply did it because it seemed like a good idea that would make people smile.
Milk, cereals and asphalt, the breakfast of champions
In reality, the student is not very convinced by the local administration as regards the asphalt, but this is not the underlying problem. The only thing he remembers is that he sent a message to his roommate, announcing that he had a brilliant idea. It wasn't easy to find a hole that was wide and deep enough to gulp down the grains, and there were also problems recording the footage.
Andrew would have limited himself to a couple of spoonfuls, only to realize that the video had been accidentally deleted: it was therefore necessary a few more bites before concluding the "mission". The 22-year-old said he enjoyed his cereal. Despite the dirt and drains not far away, the meal was perfectly normal, without any alteration in flavor.
The video was originally posted on Snapchat, immediately receiving a good number of likes and comments. Sharing on Twitter has made the intrepid student even more famous, making likes up to 3 thousand, not to mention retweets. However, a suspicion is lurking about what Andrew did in Michigan: was it a clever commercial move to advertise cereals?