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Lost military helicopter pilot lands his aircraft on a busy road in Kazakhstan to ask a lorry driver for directions

  • A military helicopter was caught landing on a road to get directions from drivers
  • A passenger runs out of the helicopter and speaks with a lorry driver
  • The pair gesture and it appears the man gets directions for the rest of his journey
  • The bizarre moment was caught in Karabutak, Kazakhstan

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This is the bizarre moment a passenger in a military helicopter asks a lorry driver for directions.

The clip, filmed in Karabutak, Kazakhstan, shows a helicopter on a road surrounded by clouds of dust.

As the shaky footage comes into focus, a man can be seen running down the road, away from the helicopter, which has landed but still has its rotor running.

The footage was captured in Karabutak, Kazakhstan this month

The helicopter lands on the snowy road, stopping traffic in its tracks, as it appears the crew have become lost

A man gets out of the helicopter and runs toward a lorry which has stopped when the helicopter blocked its path

A man gets out of the helicopter and runs toward a lorry which has stopped when the helicopter blocked its path

The man approaches the lorry driver, who leans out of his cab and the pair shake hands.

The pilot and crew then take off again, heading back in the right direction

After chatting for a few moments, it appears the lorry driver was able to help out, and the passenger heads back to the helicopter

After a short spell of gesturing and chatting, the man returns to the helicopter, appearing to know now where he is going.

The helicopter takes off again, and the traffic is able to move forward for the drivers to continue their journey, after the strange interruption.

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