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Perth tradesman turns heads after riding rocking horse mounted to hoverboard on streets

Bizarre moment when a tradie with pink sunglasses rides a children’s rocking horse on a hoverboard

  • Trader spotted riding rocking horse mounted on a hoverboard in Perth
  • Bystanders saw the worker drive past a car dealership in Midland
  • Social media users shared their hilarious reactions after seeing a photo

A trader has attracted attention after he put a rocking horse on a hoverboard and drove it down the street.

The worker in pink sunglasses was spotted riding the bizarre gadget through the streets of Midland in Perth.

A bystander snapped a photo of the encounter before sharing it on social media.

The trader is dressed in his work clothes and carries a backpack.

A trader has attracted attention after putting a rocking horse on a hoverboard and driving it down the street

A trader has attracted attention after putting a rocking horse on a hoverboard and driving it down the street

He sits comfortably on top of the rocking horse attached to the hoverboard.

The device appears small compared to the man’s tall build as he drives past a car dealership.

Social media users were quick to share their hilarious thoughts about the bizarre sighting.

‘Bro’s living at the same time in 1993 and 2033,’ one wrote.

Another added: ‘Looks like the mining boom has taken a downward turn…. No more SS commodore utes and jet skis…. Just one wheel and an old fifo backpack.’

The merchant has quickly become a local identity with several people saying they’ve seen him ride the gadget multiple times.

“My husband and I saw this and it was so hilarious we couldn’t stop laughing, which made our morning,” one wrote.

Another person said they had seen the traders, but none of his friends believed him.

“I’ve seen this guy and it seemed like no one would believe me if I told them this, but now I have the proof,” he wrote.

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