Lad Catches Fish With A Drone From His Balcony During Quarantine
Two friends managed to catch a fish in the ocean from the comfort of their own home, thanks to the cunning use of a drone - see for yourself in the video below:
Stefan Ristevski and Salvatore Romeo set the drone off from their balcony and aimed it towards the sea, where they planned to try and catch something.
Having attached bait to some wire that was dangling from the remote controlled flying object, they watched in amazement as the camera picked up a fish.
The pals waited 30 minutes and used up two batteries... but what's that when you're in quarantine all day, eh?
According to Salvatore's Instagram post, the pair ended up releasing the animal back into the water because it was 'undersize'. They captioned the video: "When you're being responsible and staying at home but the fish are calling."
Impressed viewers were quick to comment on the post and when one wrote: "OMG! Didnt know this was possible," Salvatore responded: "Haha neither did I." You learn something new every day.
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Another person commented: "That's hecticccc!! Next time you're out there catch me a few," to which he replied: "Haha put your order in bro."
People have managed to find all sort of creative ways to fill their time in quarantine. Take Tony Carr and his daughter as a prime example - the pair have recreated the iconic Only Fools and Horses scene where Del Boy falls through the bar.
Tony, 36, and his daughter Molly, 10, took on the clip, which famously featured Del Boy (David Jason) and Trigger (Roger Lloyd-Pack) in The Nag's Head.
Because the pubs are closed, and not forgetting the fact that Molly is 10, the paid swapped the local boozer for their kitchen breakfast bar and got to work on recreating the scene. It's fair to say they didn't disappoint. You can watch the full video here.
Speaking to LADbible, Tony, who runs creative agency Ynot, said: "We have been doing a few videos to try to make people laugh and raise spirits amongst friends and family.
"I have been introducing her [Molly] to comedy during lockdown and she loves Only Fools. We thought the falling through bar sketch is probably the best sketch of all time and great to give people a much needed laugh."
Let's all bring some positivity, support and fun to anyone who might find themselves in isolation as a result of the coronavirus spread. Need some entertainment? Join Isolation Nation: https://www.facebook.com/groups/coronasupport/
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