Jets' Nick Mangold scares gas station customers by hiding in refrigerator

Monday November 10th, 2014


Customers at a New jersey gas station were just looking for a cold drink when they opened the store's refrigerator, but what they got instead is New York Jets center Nick Mangold snapping Pepsis to them.

Many people seem reasonably traumatized by opening a door expecting a row of drinks only to find six-foot-four, 307-pound man hunched over and ready to fire a soda at their heads.

Once they all calm down from the shock of seeing Mangold, the center has some fun hiking them drinks, even snapping a Pepsi to a fan in a moving car. Luckily, nobody tried to jump the snap count.

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Between Mangold's time in a fridge, and Matthew Stafford's "Can Cave," it seems Pepsi wont stop until they have hidden an NFL player in every display possible.

Brendan Maloy

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