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Woman saves wine after coming off wakeboard in Hong Kong

  • Surfer shows good balance skills as she holds a bottle wine while on a surfboard 
  • The 3.55-second video shows a woman clad in white bikini performing the stunt
  • The clip was recorded in June this year and was shot somewhere in Hong Kong 
  • The video ends with the woman saving the wine bottle from tipping into the sea 

A woman has shown off her awesome balancing skills as she manages to save a bottle of red wine from tipping into the sea when she falls off from a wakeboard.

The 3.55-second video uploaded on YouTube on Tuesday shows a woman clad in a white bikini being served with a red bottle of wine while surfing in Hong Kong.

 ‘I was surfing, and my wake-surf/partner-in-crime, was passing sea shells to me for a mermaid,’ was how the video was captioned. 

The footage which was recorded in June this year shows the woman smiling and laughing while performing the stunt. 

  

Woman shows off good balancing act while holding a red bottle of wine when on a wakeboard

She starts by asking her friend who is seated on the boat to pass her a red bottle of wine while she surfs.

Her friend teases her with the bottle but finally relents and gives in after taking a few sips.

As soon as she is given the bottle of wine, the woman continues to show off her acrobatic skills while on the wakeboard. 

She maneuvers herself well while holding the bottle of wine.

Unfortunately, it all comes to an end as soon as she hits a wave and falls off from the wakeboard.

Despite the gravity of the fall, she manages to save the bottle of wine from tipping into the sea.

The 3.55-second video shows a woman clad in white bikini performing the act before falling

The 3.55-second video shows a woman clad in white bikini performing the act before falling

The video ends with the woman saving the wine bottle from tipping into the sea (pictured) 

The video ends with the woman saving the wine bottle from tipping into the sea (pictured) 

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