After two weekends building a 7-foot tower of Pisa using over 12,000 Jenga blocks, Northern Michigan University student Bryant Varney was looking forward to getting a representative from Guiness World Records to come and check it out - but first, he has an interview with the world's clumsiest reporter. You can guess what happened next ...
Actually, before y'all point it out in the comment: it's a setup - Bryant is famous for building large structures out of Jenga blocks (see Sears Tower in Jenga Blocks, previously on Neatorama), then have it all torn down in a spectacular crash. Mike Varney is the vice-president of NMU, and the tower was rigged to come down... Still, all-in-all, a very good clip.