The latest trend among emergency workers across the world has shifted also to the military branch. The medics, police officers, soldiers, pilots, firemen across the world are posing like action figures alongside their laid-out equipment in Tetris Challenge.
The bizarre new trend was sparked by Zurich Police in Switzerland at the start of September. They have posted a picture on Facebook with this description: ‘If you have always wanted to know what is all in a patrol car of the traffic – here you go. We wish you a #happy Sunday #KantonspolizeiZurich.’
On that photo, two police officers were seen on their backs surrounded by their equipment including helmets, Kevlar vests, handcuffs and traffic cones in a drone picture that looks like the puzzle video game.
The move, known as knolling to fans of graphic design, took off and soon spread around the country before going international.
Yesterday, pilots and mechanics from the Croatian Air Force Fire Fighting Squadron have published a photo of their OH-58D Kiowa Warrior helicopter. Two pilots and four mechanics were seen on their backs in front of the Kiowa helicopter surrounded by various equipment including missiles and other deadly equipment.
With this move, the Croatian pilots did their own version of the viral meme #TetrisChallenge that’s been sweeping social media.