Julian Assange can not hack a simple skateboard role.
Safety data from El Pais shows that the 47-year-old WikiLeaks founder stumbled around on a board in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London during his escape.  In the video, a pale and ragged Assange on bare feet, a tank top and shorts on the skateboard tries to move forward – but loses his balance and falls off. After he started again, he finally managed to drive a few feet.
It was unclear when the footage was shot, but El Pais reported that it came from the Spanish security company Undercover Global SL, which was tasked with protecting Assange until 2017.  Assange has been in the embassy since 2012, resisting computer hacking allegations before being arrested and thrown last week.
During his seven-year stay there, the Australian-born hacker reportedly burned the walls without washing or changing, leaving behind dirty dishes and loud music.
He was taken from the embassy on Thursday and charged with hacking charges.
Prior to his asylum being lifted, WikiLeaks editor-in-chief claimed that his organization had uncovered a spy response within the embassy. Kristinn Hrafnsson said photos, documents, video and audio recordings of Assange's step-by-step message were sent by "Spanish people" to WikiLeaks. El Pais reported that this operation took place after Undercover Global was no longer responsible for security.
Assange allegedly turned on the tap and let the water run, so as not to be heard on tape.