- Police had just wrapped up a press conference when the truck went passed
- He honks his horn before deliberately soaking the group in Victoria’s Yarra Vally
- Not everyone was humoured: ‘That is so rude,’ one reporter can be heard saying
A group of reporters got more than they bargained when a truck driver drove past them and cheekily sprayed them with water.
They were on location covering a hot air balloon crash landing in Victoria’s Yarra Vally, when the driver deliberately got them damp.
Not everyone was amused: ‘That is so rude,’ one reporter can be heard saying.
The crew were covering a hot air balloon crash landing in Victoria’s Yarra Vally when the truck went past (pictured)
The cheeky truck driver soaks the group without warning as he drives away (pictured)
A police officer had just wrapped up a press conference when the truck honked it’s horn, and asked everyone to move out of the way.
Just after the vehicle passes the group, water shoots out from the back of it, splashing the reporters and a senior police officer.
‘Oh my god,’ one reporter says.
Seven people were taken to hospital after a hot air balloon landed heavily 45 minutes after take-off.
Difficult conditions and an unexpected wind change are said to have caused to incident.
The reporters run from the wet while the senior police officer stands her ground (pictured)