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Ray Hadley’s daughter reveals the lengths her shock jock dad takes to keep ducks out of the pool

Revealed: The extraordinary lengths shock jock Ray Hadley takes to make sure wild ducks stay away from his TWO backyard pools

  • Radio host Ray Hadley has gone to extreme lengths to keep ducks out of his pool
  • His daughter Sarah filmed the shock jock placing animal figurines around edge
  • Figurines are guarding the water to keep ducks away from the Sydney home 

Ray Hadley’s daughter has cheekily revealed the extreme lengths her shock jock dad takes to keep ducks away from his swimming pool.

In footage shared on Facebook, the 64-year-old veteran radio host can be seen placing objects around the edge of the pool of his Sydney home.

‘Is this not taking it a bit far?’ his daughter Sarah can be heard asking. 

‘No,’ Hadley responds.

‘Are those spikes?’ she asks, to which Handley tells her they are plastic.

‘They can’t hurt ’em,’ he said.

Hadley’s luxury six-bedroom home in Dural, north-Sydney, features two swimming pools.

As the camera pans around the edge of both pools dozens on animal figurines can be seen guarding the water.

Hadley had placed crocodile heads, angry-looking birds and frog figurines in each corner. There were also crocodile statues poking out of the water.

Ray Hadley can be seen placing objects around the edge of the pool of his Sydney home

In footage shared on Facebook, the 64-year-old veteran radio host can be seen placing objects around the edge of the pool of his Sydney home

In footage shared on Facebook, the 64-year-old veteran radio host can be seen placing objects around the edge of the pool of his Sydney home

And while his daughter thought he was going too far, social media users were in full support of his antics.

‘Love the initiative. Go Ray,’ one person said.

‘Love it, ducks do make a mess, so can’t blame him,’ another said.

‘Brilliant job ray,’ said another. 

Hadley’s home, which he bough in 1996, also features a tennis court and basketball court on the two-hectare property.



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