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Video shows a professional surfer’s daring ride down a storm drain in Hawaii

Amazing video shows a professional surfer’s daring ride down a storm drain in Hawaii

  • Professional surfer Jamie O’Brien posted the stellar video to YouTube in April, showing him and his friends surfing down a storm drain in Hawaii
  • O’Brien stressed that the video was filmed prior to folks practicing social distancing for COVID-19
  • The footage shows O’Brien and his friends repeatedly sliding down the somewhat slimy drain
  • Here’s how to help people impacted by Covid-19

Reminiscing on more wild times outside. 

Professional surfer Jamie O’Brien posted the stellar video to YouTube in April, showing him and his friends surfing down a storm drain in Hawaii. 

O’Brien stressed that the video was filmed prior to folks practicing social distancing for COVID-19.

 

Professional surfer Jamie O’Brien posted the stellar video to YouTube in April, showing him and his friends surfing down a storm drain in Hawaii

O'Brien stressed that the video was filmed prior to folks practicing social distancing for COVID-19

O’Brien stressed that the video was filmed prior to folks practicing social distancing for COVID-19

The footage shows O’Brien and his friends repeatedly sliding down the somewhat slimy drain. 

Various boards are used as the daring athletes risk rough scrapes for the ultimate ride.

The group even uses an inflatable peacock – painted to look more like a flamingo – to go down the large slope.   

The footage shows O'Brien and his friends repeatedly sliding down the somewhat slimy drain

The footage shows O’Brien and his friends repeatedly sliding down the somewhat slimy drain

O’Brien’s video has been viewed more than 447,000 times since it was initially posted.

According to the Hawaii Department of Health website, 625 people have been infected with the coronavirus. Some 17 people have died.  

The group even uses an inflatable peacock - painted to look more like a flamingo - to go down the large slope

The group even uses an inflatable peacock – painted to look more like a flamingo – to go down the large slope

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