We can come to terms with the fact that Boston's "Big Dig" didn't really make anything better for the traffic flow. I'll agree it's a bit confusing but how does something like this even happen?

In case you don't know what I'm talking about, there was a video uploaded to Facebook earlier this week showing someone going the wrong direction on Route 93 South in the tunnel in Boston.

Here is the Facebook post:

These people clearly have a death wish. I'm just trying to understand how they could have possibly made it onto the highway and into the tunnel going the wrong direction without ever noticing?

Ok, so I think we have all gone the wrong way down a one-way street, purely by accident from not paying attention. Usually, I can catch myself with enough time to flip it into reverse or at least duck into a driveway to turn around.

It almost appears that this driver was going the wrong way intentionally. Maybe they missed their exit? We all know the pain it can be in Boston to miss your exit – it could possibly mean an additional 20 minutes or longer to get to your destination.

What do you think happened to cause this driver to make such a wrong turn, causing so much traffic and potentially deadly accidents?

I'm wondering if this car ever got pulled over by the authorities. Something as dangerous as this should absolutely have some repercussions in the form of fines and maybe go as far as license suspension until they can get a driving test taken. I'm officially giving this person the Boston Bonehead Award for 2020. I'm sure someone will outdo them, though.

Have you ever done something like this? If so, what happened?

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