Fancy footwork! Painful moment man falls headfirst down his porch stairs after finding tricks on his skateboard easier seconds before
- A man was filmed falling outside his house in Almonte, Ontario, Canada
- The trip was captured on his porch camera after he did tricks on his skateboard
- He screams out before laughing off the fall and showing his family inside
Skateboarders are famed for their agility and grace when pulling off tricks.
But one man in Almonte, Ontario, proved even the coolest boarders can be clumsy when he fell down his stairs.
Hilarious footage taken on a house front camera shows the man screaming out as he fell down his porch steps after doing a few tricks in his front yard in Canada.
A skateboarder trips down his porch stairs seconds after doing tricks in his front yard in Almonte, Ontario, Canada
The man arrives back at his house on his skateboard before stopping by the front porch before his fall
In the video, the man arrives back at his house on his skateboard before stopping by the front porch.
He kicks the skateboard into his hands before dropping it back down three times before he starts to walk towards his house.
After a couple of steps, his foot catches on the porch decking and he falls head first down three steps into his front door, dropping the skateboard where he tripped.
The man screams out initially before laughing when he realises he is okay and he sheepishly opens the door
The man screams out initially in the video as he fell head first down three steps before he laughs off the mistake
He sheepishly opens the front door after checking if anyone had seen his fall, not realising the moment had been immortalised by his front porch camera recording
The video was shot in October 2018, but has been re-shared online in recent days.
The man said: ‘I was skateboarding outside the house practicing some small silly stuff when I decided I’d had enough.
‘While going inside via the back staircase my foot caught and I tripped.
‘The sound you hear is my initial panic that I’d really hurt myself, which I do often, before the laughter signalling that nothing was broken.
‘I proceeded to go inside where my family was visiting to tell them all “you’ve gotta watch this” and played the video for them.’