lorida’s Bradenton Motorsports Park hosted the GT-R World Championship last weekend, an event featuring some of the fastest Nissan GT-Rs on the planet with a time of 7 seconds, 200 mph a quarter mile. But action was briefly stalled when an attendee got stuck to the treated surface of the drag strip, leading to the least tragic Florida Man story of 2019.

Competition drag bands use a resin-based compound called PJ1 TrackBite (formerly known as VHT) that is sprayed onto asphalt to create a sticky surface for impressive launches. Hey, when a car’s horsepower hits four digits, it needs all the help it needs to stay connected and moving.

When we say sticky, we mean sticky—step on it in a pair of shallow-soled tennis shoes like this lady, and you won’t have to rush anywhere. The video opens with the girl lying firmly in the middle of the track, standing like a lone tree on the vast ruined plain. She slowly alternated between looking embarrassed and bending down to pry off her left shoe.

But after 20 seconds, disaster struck when she simultaneously released the shoe from the ground and her feet and sent it spiraling out of reach. He’s balancing on one foot now, desperately reaching for his unruly sneakers when racetrack workers arrive with grins on their faces to help.

After putting on his shoes and taking another step, he realized her predicament: Every move left him stuck in a different position, equally awkward in front of a crowd of people. race fans have no sympathy. The track workers had to literally lift his feet off the ground and help her every step of the way.

By the end of the video, she still hasn’t gone astray. Maybe she’s stuck there.