The original video was created by the video producer The Woolshed Company (now known as RIOT Content) as viral promotion for the then-upcoming 2014 film Into the Storm.1 On August 19th, 2014, YouTuber Terry Tufferson posted the video under the title "Crazy Guy Runs Into Outback Tornado To Take Selfie." As of April 2020, the video has received more than 18 million views.
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