The clip shows a man operating the flooded streets around him near the capital of the Northern Territory of Australia. Watch the clip to see how he did it.
You must have experienced a lot of strange things around tou. From giant spiders to wallabies jumping along highways, the country below has seen more than its fair share of unusual activity. The last addition to this long list is a man who decided to fish on a flooded road – and he succeeded.
A video published by Damien Monck in the public group “Old Darwin” shows a man using water-swept roads to fish near the capital of the Northern Territory of Australia.
The video shows how man launches a line and plays a role in a Barramundi, thanks to the water that normally floods the mainland. According to the UPI, the incident took place in the town of Batchelor.
Mr. Monck told NDTV that the video was shot by him on January 28, when he moved to film the flood.
It has been shared on Facebook nearly 1000 times and has received many surprised comments. “Only in ‘The Territory'” wrote a user. “It’s gold,” says another.
According to ABC News, the Northern Territory has been exposed to heavy rain, high winds and floods for 12 days.