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Hilarious moment daredevil is spun around a self-made ‘slip and slide’ by a rotating excavator

Hilarious moment daredevil is spun around a self-made ‘slip and slide’ by a rotating excavator

  • A man was seen holding onto a yellow excavator handle
  • He set up a donut-shaped Slip N ‘Slide with a spinning excavator to provide speed
  • The soapy plastic sheet set up for a party in Muchea, Perth, Western Australia

A daredevil was caught on the camera that revolved around an improvised slip and slide while holding a cord attached to a rotary excavator.

Footage shows a giant donut-shaped plastic sheet in a field in Muchea, Perth, Western Australia, with a yellow excavator in the middle.

The man runs upwards while holding onto a handle hanging from the bucket of the excavator.

The man holds the handle attached to the excavator in Perth, Western Australia

The rotary excavator collects speed which makes it fly around the sheet

The rotary excavator collects speed which makes it fly around the sheet

The man holds the handle (left) on the excavator in Perth, Western Australia. The rotary excavator collects speed which makes it fly around the sheet

As the rotary excavator collects speed, it begins to glide around the treacherous black sheet covered with soap and water.

The video shows the man making two laps of the ‘slip and slide’ before he falls to the ground.

He then turns to the camera and raises his arms in the air as he slides into the pool and dives under the water.

The daredevil falls to the ground and slides to the swimming pool

The daredevil falls to the ground and slides to the swimming pool

He then dives into the water and waves triumphantly at the camera

He then dives into the water and waves triumphantly at the camera

The daredevil falls to the ground and slides to the swimming pool (left). He then dives into the water and waves triumphantly at the camera (right)

The man posted the video on Tuesday with the caption: “This is me sliding around on the plastic.

“I built this on December 26 for my second Christmas party in Muchea, Western Australia.”

He added: “Everyone who tried it had a lot of fun.”

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