Former Coventry Town focus on male Kevin Kyle has shared a warning to his twitter followers in the operate up to Xmas soon after he ‘almost killed’ one particular his small children in a swegway hoverboard crash.
The video, which was been viewed about 2.9 million situations considering the fact that it was uploaded on Monday evening, shows 6ft4 Kyle driving all around his kitchen on the swegway with one particular of his kids ahead of shedding his stability.
The well-liked children’s toy then flips Kyle and his son into the air right before they are the two slammed down on the kitchen area ground with Kyle’s head narrowly missing the corner of the kitchen area counter.
“Any individual imagining of finding a hoverboard for their kids Xmas assume two times,” Kyle tweeted together with the video filmed past Chirstmas.
“This is wherever I virtually killed my youngest and myself.”
But all was effectively in the Kyle family and the previous Wolves striker later on tweeted a video clip of his son back on the hoverboard with the caption: “[It’s] protected to say the wee male obtained again on his ft like a authentic trooper and confirmed his Father how to do it.”
Kyle made 274 league appearances for Sunderland, Coventry and Rangers, among some others, in the course of a 14-12 months very long experienced occupation.
He has been retired from the game because 2014, very last turning out for Scottish non-league facet Newton Stewart.
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