Saturday you could see a man from the town of Tuggerah in New South Wales in Australia sail through the flooded streets on a jet ski to get to the burgerrestauranten McDonald's.
the Streets in the city is so flooded, that there is knæhøjt water in many places in the area.
There were divided opinions about the creative way Josh Partridge transported on, and it ended up in a shitstorm, where the police in New South Wales, requires to investigate the case.
The australian man found a clever way to defy the quantity of water, which is currently ravaging parts of the australian east coast. Photo: Screen shot
Even think Josh Partridge, who is the man on the video, not that he has caused any damage, and defends itself with, to ride on the jetski to burgerrestauranten was 'harmless fun'.
the Intention was that he would sail through the McDonald's 'Drive-Thru', but did not, because he thought that it would be to go over the limit. Even he has to australian 9news explained:
- I would probably have gone a little over the limit, if I had sailed through the 'Drive-Thru', so it failed I. So I think it was harmless fun, and we did no mischief, the protagonist in the ballad.
He managed to make a so-called 360-degree turn, and then continued down the street towards the burger restaurant, before he stopped, immediately before the restuarants. Photo: Screen shot
But in spite of the explanation requires David Elliot, the police commissioner in New South Wales, an investigation in the matter, since he believes that 'stuntet is idiotic behaviour'.
- This kind of idiotic behavior, we will not tolerate, he says.
the Man's trip to the burgerrestauranten McDonald's on the very flooded road has been set in part reactions online. Both good and evil.
A write positively: 'When it is crazy flooded outside, but you are desperate to get hold of something Maccen (McDonald's, red.)'.
There was water up to your knees in the flooded street in Tuggerah, New South Wales, on the east coast, when the man in the video came sailing Friday. Photo: Screen shot
A second is not as enthusiastic, and writes: 'I would be piss angry if the wake from his jet pushed more water toward my car/business/house.'
The australian east coast has been hit by violent storms, which has brought the great waters, and has led to several injuries among other buildings. The rain is expected to continue over the weekend.