It may be October but Oktoberfest is over in Germany.
Oktoberfest is the world’s largest Volksfest and is held annually in Munich, Bavaria, from mid- or late-September to the first Sunday in October.
One of its most popular attractions, the “Teufelsrad” has taken place every year since 1910 and draws large crowds to watch Dirndl-clad young girls compete.
Participants try to keep their balance while sitting on a wooden platform that rotates faster and faster.
Event staff also try to knock the participants off the platform with lassos and a giant ball until there is only one left to claim victory.
One video from this year has gone viral and based on the comments, it’s likely due to the winner’s attire or lack thereof.
Many of the participants of the Teufelsrad event appear to have shorts on under their Dirndl’s but the winner must have missed the memo that the event can be very revealing for the audience.
“She’s spreading her talents for all to share, and we’re thank-ful to her and the camera man,” one user on YouTube wrote.
Another user stated: “I haven’t seen so many beautiful spreads since I was in the bedding department of Sears & Roebuck!!! The winning spreader deserved to win!!!”
“Men of culture, we gather once again for this ancient Octoberfest “rite of spreading,” another user wrote sarcastically.
Clearly, the account that posted the video knew the winner’s revealing posture would draw in views as they used a revealing teaser photo for the video.
In the two weeks the video has been on YouTube, it has racked up almost 6 million views.
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