Woman Rescued When River Ride on Blow Up Doll Goes Wrong

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Some things are meant to ride. Some things aren’t. And some things aren’t meant to be rode down a river – even if they’re filled with air. That’s what a 19-year old Australian woman learned after a ride on her blow up doll went wrong.

The unnamed woman and a male friend, also 19, went for a ride on two inflatable sex dolls down the flood-swollen Yarra River in Melbourne when she lost control of the device. Falling off she clung to a floating tree for life and called for help. Luckily a person passing by called emergency and a kayaker took life jackets to her and her friend. Ambulance came to the rescue but the police have little good to say about the incident.

Police in the area call the stunt stupid and warn people that blow-up sex dolls are not recognized flotation devices. The fate of the blow up dolls is still up in the air. [The Age]

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