Someone in a speedo was seen waterskiing down a slushy street in Canada
A Canadian man was caught casually water skiing through the streets on Saturday — and he was wearing nothing but a Speedo.
Lisa Vincent managed to capture the hilarious event on video from her home in Fernie, British Columbia.
In the video, a black four-wheel car drives through the slushy snow, towing a man wearing a pair of skis behind it.
A man from BC was caught on video waterskiing through the streets in a speedo 😂- 📹 Melissa Rodger #Canada #BC #BritishColumbia #Winter pic.twitter.com/E3uGhlDoBB— Freshdaily (@freshdaily) February 3, 2020
The video has already recieved 380k+ views.
Fernie was about 7°C at the time — warm for February in B.C., but still cold enough to make water skiing in a Speedo pretty darn impressive.
This Vancouver man was ready to ask for an autograph.
thats my hero 🙏— Shadi (@SoNotHollyWood) February 3, 2020
And this English man realized just how seriously Canadians take winter skiing.
Yesterday, the local ski hill (@SkiFernie) was closed due to a sub-tropical atmospheric river that brought extremely warm air, torrential rain, and a major power outage.— Blaine Cook (@blaine) February 2, 2020
Fernie locals: I ski *every* day. pic.twitter.com/mhTfzVpu0x
Nobody has identified the mystery water skier yet.
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