WATCH: Pothole deep enough for photographer to stand in

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WATCH: Pothole Deep Enough For Photographer To Stand In

WGNO reports: A pothole at Olive Street and Joliet Street in New Orleans just might be the deepest one ever -- a photographer was even able to stand in it and film from inside.

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One man called the city and was kind enough to put a sign alerting the neighborhood that there was a hole so that no one would fall inside -- but the hole just keeps getting deeper and deeper.

"You can get inside of it and disappear," he says.

The pothole is supposedly on record to be repaired -- but no repairs have been done yet.

Obviously, this problem isn't uncommon. If you can believe it -- and you should -- WGNO even has an amazing 'Pothole of the Day' series that you definitely want to keep up on ... don't you?

Check out these other massive potholes below:
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Deepest pothole we've ever seen click here to see photographer go inside: http://t.co/uEIbABT1S7 http://t.co/RvwmB9lUHp
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Pothole of the Day: "If a Nutria comes out of there, I'm gone" http://t.co/43j7Knd0Tt http://t.co/f4HkJ9SVWS
Multiple Council members have seen see this pothole and it still lives on. http://t.co/aez03VBoT3 http://t.co/kVbz8SldHr
slug: me/sinkhole date: 09/23/03 photog: Ricky Carioti TWP location: South Street and I70 overpass in Frederick, Md. summary: A large sinkhole gave way and left a crater by the I70 overpass on South Street in Frederick, Md. The sinkhole may have been caused by the excesive rain and the recent flooding from hurricane Isabel. caption: Workers with the Maryland State Highway Administration examine the large sinkhole that gave way on South Street under the I70 overpass in Frederick Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2003. StaffPhoto imported to Merlin on Tue Sep 23 12:32:06 2003
Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin, left, assists a pothole crew patching Route 2, Friday, May 2, 2014, in in Middlesex, Vt. Shumlin said that following a tough winter, the state will be improving 375 miles of pavement thanks in part to a federal allocation following Tropical Storm Irene. (AP Photo/Lisa Rathke)
In this Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2014 photo, a driver navigates past several potholes in Bloomington, Minn. The relentless cycle of snow and bitter cold this winter is testing the skeletons of steel and cement on which communities are built. Pipes are bursting in towns that are not used to such things, and roads are turning into moonscapes of gaping potholes big enough to snap axles of passing vehicles. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)
Big potholes obstruct traffic on a small street in Witterda near Erfurt, eastern Germany, on Tuesday, March 10, 1998. Snow, ice and the cold have damaged the road surface during the last winter months. (AP Photo/Jens Meyer)
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