Man falls through ceiling of golf shop, acts like it happens all the time

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A Tennessee man is making national headlines after he nonchalantly fell through the ceiling of a golf shop in eastern Tennessee – and then acted like it happens every day.

Ryan Veltkamp, an employee of Baneberry Golf and Resort in Baneberry, Tenn., was crawling around the shop’s attic on Dec. 30 searching for wires connected to the store’s video surveillance system, according to Golf.com. Before he found the wires, he crashed through the ceiling.

After Ryan hit the ground, an employee named Billy can be heard saying “Hey Ryan.” Ryan appropriately responds with “Hey Billy.”

“That hurt. I’m fine,” Ryan said. But the worker urged Ryan not to move a muscle. The worker then returned and took a photo of Ryan on the ground.

Another worker sarcastically asked, “What happened to the hole in ceiling?”

A spokesman for the golf shop said Ryan was “completely unharmed” in the fall.

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