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Aussie Man Buries Himself On A Beach With $1,000 Worth Of Chips Around His Head

Stewart Perrie

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Aussie Man Buries Himself On A Beach With $1,000 Worth Of Chips Around His Head

Featured Image Credit: Marty and Michael/Instagram

A bloke has buried himself on an Aussie beach with just his head poking out.

While this would hardly be news on a normal day, he also did it with $1,000 worth of chips scattered around his head.

Anyone who has been to a beach in Australia (or probably the world) will know that seagulls bloody love hot chips and they will scavenge the hell out of bins hoping for some discarded food.

So why anyone would want a bunch of birds to come dangerously close to their head while their entire body is buried is anyone's guess.

Comedy duo Marty and Michael staged the bizarre stunt on a Surfers Paradise beach this week as a 'science experiment'.

It's not yet clear what the lads were trying to achieve with the experiment, however Channel 9 mentioned it was a bid to get the birds to trust them.

It doesn't appear they were able to recruit any creatures into their ranks, however it seems like they've not really won over the human fans.

After posting the footage to Instagram and having their stunt broadcast on the news, there were loads of people who weren't pleased with what they were seeing.

Many rounded on the idea of wasting $1,000 on hot chips that were just poured onto the beach.

One person said: "Go spend 1k to feed the homeless on the coast that should be a good news story."

Another added: "Right so they endanger a heap of wildlife and waste food and that's a good thing? Not sure of the funny side."

A third wrote: "Just stupid and not funny at all. Why not donate that money to charity? Feed hungry humans not Seagulls and bloody bin chickens."

We're sure the boys would have picked up their rubbish after they were done, but then what? Did they just bin lots of perfectly good food?

Topics: Australia

Stewart Perrie
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