Room with a view! Hilarious moment when a handyman finds a KANGAROO carelessly sitting in the bathroom of an underground hotel in the Outback – after he has jumped through the roof
- A kangaroo fell through a skylight in an underground motel in the regional NSW
- The male marsupial jumped around in the corridors that surprised the guests of the motel
- Handyman Peter Crawford caught the kangaroo and released it into the wild
The bizarre moment that a hotel handyman finds a kangaroo in the bathroom after it has crashed through the roof has been recorded on video.
Peter Crawford found the male marsupial sitting on an overflowing sink after turning on the taps at the White Cliffs Underground Motel in the far west of NSW on Saturday.
The kangaroo fell through one of the motel's skylights and surprised guests as he jumped down the corridors.
Mr. Crawford caught the kangaroo and repaired the broken skylight and made the wildlife roof harmless to prevent future marsupial madness.
The kangaroo (in the photo) was unharmed and returned to the plains of White Cliffs
The kangaroo fell through a skylight and surprised guests as he jumped through the corridors of White Cliffs Underground Motel (photo) in western NSW on Saturday.
The manager at the time was Philip Wiese, a German backpacker who was surprised at the authentic Australian experience.
"Somehow he could have touched the tap and was just enjoying the water," he told Daily Mail Australia.
& # 39; It was very difficult to get him out of there because he was a bit anxious.
& # 39; We did a little bell around the rosies to get it out, but in the end we did it. & # 39;
The underground motel (photo) is a purpose-built series of caves built in the side of a rocky hill that attracts tourists from Australia and around the world
White Cliffs is an opal mining town where farmers run sheep, cattle and goats, a 12-hour drive west of Sydney
The kangaroo was unharmed and was released again in the plains of White Cliffs.
White Cliffs is an opal mining town where farmers cattle cattle, cattle and goats and is a 12 hour drive west of Sydney.
The locals live in underground homes, some converted mines, to escape the heat on the surface.
The underground motel is a purpose-built series of caves built in the side of a rocky hill that attracts tourists from Australia and the rest of the world.
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