Little Girl Tries To Get Ship To Honk, Immediately Regrets That Decision

It's a time-honored tradition to try and get anything with a horn to honk at you. Sometimes it doesn't work, sometimes it does, and then sometimes it works maybe a little too well.

Air horns on giant ships are, obviously, no joke. The KM-110-DVM-H from Kahlenberg Marine Signaling, for instance, is built for ships over 200 meters in length and consumes 64 liters of air in a one-second blast, with an audible range of two nautical miles. Suffice it to say it is very loud.

Brace yourself for the honk, but even then you won't quite be ready for it. Check out the video below:
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