A Hungarian priest, a British Ambassador, and the Belarusian army all show off their gear in viral ‘Tetris Challenge’

A Hungarian priest, a British Ambassador, and the Belarusian army all show off their gear in viral ‘Tetris Challenge’
Image: András Hodász via Facebook

17 October 2019

Last month, the police department in Zürich posted a bird-eye view photo of its officers lying on the floor surrounded by their most used supplies: vests, handguns, traffic cones, and other paraphernalia usually hidden from the public.

The striking arrangement prompted emergency services and private companies from around the world to share their own version of the photo — an online phenomena known as the “Tetris Challenge”.

Over the last week, the viral photo challenge has been taken to the next level, with a Hungarian priest, Czech prison guards, and the Belarusian army all posing like action figures.

Somewhat amusingly, even the British Ambassador to Hungary joined in. Perhaps the internet has truly ruined us all.

Prison guards in Czech Republic

Yekaterinburg Reactors

Croatian Mountain Rescue Service

Belarusian Tank Crew

British Ambassador to Hungary

Fejér County Highway Division in Hungary

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