A 2001 April fool prank in Denmark, Copenhagen's new subway. It appears as if one of the subway cars had broken through and surfaced on the square in front of the town hall. However, what seemed like a huge accident was actually an old subway car from the subway of Stockholm cut obliquely and placed on a tilt. Note the sign "Gevalia" and the accident site tape with the words "Uventede gu00e6ster?" (unexpected guests?). Apparently, it is a part of an advertising campaign for Gevalia coffee which featured various vehicles popping up with unexpected guests.
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