‘You kidding me?’: Aussies stunned by ‘genius’ wheelie bin hack

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An Australian man’s “genius” trick for taking the bins out has stunned social media users both at home and abroad.

Tradie Kyle Hume shared the hack in a video on TikTok, demonstrating a simple way to wheel two bins back from the kerb after they’ve been emptied: by joining them together, and then wheeling them with one hand.

“I’ve been wheeling two bins my whole life until I noticed this,” he captioned the clip.

Mr Hume lines the two bins up in front of each other, opening the back bin lid first before opening the other bin lid and resting it on top of the back one.

He then closes the back bin lid on top of the front bin lid and tips the back bin up to wheel it.

The “mind-blowing” tactic went viral on the social media platform after it was demonstrated by American creator Cade Grier, in a video that’s been viewed more than 16.4 million times.

Users were shocked at how simple the trick could make what many consider a tedious task.

“What?? Are you freaking kidding me?” one person commented.

While another questioned, “Wait, what? What just happened? How did you do this?”

To which someone else explained: “The lid of the bin that’s being towed should be pushed inside of the other, the plastic bends fine and if it does deform a day in the sun puts it right back.”

Others, however, maintained it’s just as easy to pull the bins up the driveway side-by-side.

“It’s easier to just do them side-by-side behind you,” one person said.

To which another agreed, “I just push one forward and pull the other or just pull both at once.”

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