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Brothers teeter on a bridge over crocodile infested waters for Youtube

Brothers teeter on a bridge over crocodile infested waters and scale radio towers in a series of dangerous stunts for Youtube

  • Brothers Tom and Robin Clarke have posted their dangerous stunts to Youtube
  • One stunt involved climbing a disused railway bridge over the Adelaide River
  • The board short clad pair teeter on edge of bridge, seemingly without harnesses

Two brothers have risked their lives by scaling radio towers and abandoned bridges over croc-infested waters before posting the dangerous stunts on Youtube. 

‘Took a trip to Adelaide River and climbed a bridge over the crocodile infested waters,’ Tom Clarke posted over the video-sharing platform.

‘Pretty risky video and there were some hairy moments along the way.’

In video footage, the pair scale the old Adelaide River Railway bridge, with brother Robin bragging it was the ‘biggest and most dangerous’ stunt so far.

Two brothers have risked their lives by scaling radio towers and abandoned bridges (pictured) over croc-infested waters before posting the dangerous stunts on Youtube

In the video, the board-short clad pair are seen teetering on the edge of the bridge, seemingly without harnesses

In the video, the board-short clad pair are seen teetering on the edge of the bridge, seemingly without harnesses

'Took a trip to Adelaide River and climbed a bridge over the crocodile infested waters,' Tom Clarke posted over the video-sharing platform

‘Took a trip to Adelaide River and climbed a bridge over the crocodile infested waters,’ Tom Clarke posted over the video-sharing platform

The board-short clad pair are seen teetering on the edge of the bridge, seemingly without harnesses. However, they do appear to have cameras strapped to their heads. 

After the two safely cross the bridge, Tommy says to his brother: ‘You made it Rob, I’m impressed man. He hates heights but he just walked across that and across Adelaide River with crocs in there.’ 

In the same video, the duo scale a communications tower near Adelaide River.

Later, the brothers celebrate their ‘daring’ bridge crossing with a schooner at what appears to be a local pub.  

When the two safely cross the bridge Tommy says to his brother: 'You made it Rob, I'm impressed man. He hates heights but he just walked across that and across Adelaide River with crocs in there'

When the two safely cross the bridge Tommy says to his brother: ‘You made it Rob, I’m impressed man. He hates heights but he just walked across that and across Adelaide River with crocs in there’

Territory Police Duty Superintendent Shaun Gill told NT News : 'Videos such as these are examples of extremely dangerous and foolhardy behaviour and decision making'

Territory Police Duty Superintendent Shaun Gill told NT News : ‘Videos such as these are examples of extremely dangerous and foolhardy behaviour and decision making’

Other videos reportedly show the brothers cutting holes in barbed wire fences to access prohibited areas.

‘(We) don’t have to show how we got in, just go, ‘oh look there’s a hole in the fence again’,’ Rob can be heard saying as the pair blatantly record their antics. 

‘There’ll be people that report us on Facebook, because they’re c**ts,’ Tom says. 

‘This is the sort of s**t you can do in the NT man … go and see a lighthouse … have a good feed, do a bit of f***ing car surfing … not many places you can do that.’

However, Territory Police Duty Superintendent Shaun Gill told NT News: ‘Videos such as these are examples of extremely dangerous and foolhardy behaviour and decision making.’

‘This sort of behaviour not only puts the individual at risk; it also encourages others to engage in similar dangerous acts. It also creates potentially extremely dangerous situations to which police, fire and rescue and emergency services respond when these stunts invariably go wrong.’

 

 

 

 

 

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