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Rubbish display: man pulls garbage truck alongside Manly Beach

Australian strongman Troy Conley pulled a 17 tonne truck along Manly Beach to a roaring crowd on Wednesday, 3 March. It was followed by the Manly Sea Eagles launch for the season.
 
Conley pulled the URM truck 25 metres and raised five thousand dollars for children’s charity Little Wings.
 
Sea Eagles players including Daly Cherry-Evans, Tom Trbojevic, Kieran Foran and Club Legend Brett Stewart were all on hand to cheer in support.
 
Cheaper and more environmentally effective than fossil fuels, we guess, though there could be delays in the bin rounds this week…
 
Photo: Sel Soker @explorer_of_light_photography

 

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