Oakville Patio Got Completely Blown Away By A Strong Gust Of Wind & The Video Is Unreal

Mother Nature wanted to tussle!

Toronto Staff Writer
Oakville Patio Got Completely Blown Away By A Strong Gust Of Wind & The Video Is Unreal

This Ontario patio had a rather unpleasant visit from Mother Nature this week! On October 25 The Hungry Dragon, a pizza restaurant in Oakville, had their outdoor patio blown apart by a strong gust of wind.

The local restaurant posted a video of the incident onto their Facebook showing their outdoor enclosed tent floating in the wind as it blew away into the parking lot.

The video shows the tent slowly lifting up by a corner and almost all at once ripping free from its holds and taking two heaters along with it. Chairs and tables were also scattered across the patio.

In another Facebook post, The Hungry Dragon shared pictures of the damage writing "Why on earth did Mother Nature think we needed our tent in the parking lot?"

The restaurant's patio is now closed but they are now offering indoor dining along with online and takeout orders, according to a Facebook post on October 27.

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