A keen fisherman raised a few eyebrows this week when he was spotted towing his small outboard motorboat with a mountain bike.
What’s even more surprising is that all this took place on the Georges River in Western Sydney at Picnic Point. It all began when a very hungry Jahmarley Dawson went to catch a feed today. He didn’t have to travel far and didn’t need to actually ride the bike but it definitely made the journey a lot more easier and very memorable for himself and those that saw him.
Jahmarley isn’t only a fisherman, he is also a well known cultural performer, dancer, didgeridoo player, artist and boxer. He has won a host of awards at the Urban Country Music Festival and even performed for Oprah at the Sydney Opera House in 2011. He is also a popular performer at Circular Quay in Sydney where he plays the didgeridoo.
Here is one of his viral videos from a few years ago.
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