(Photo) Australian teens rescued from flood using sex doll as raft

(Photo) Australian teens rescued from flood using sex doll as raft

Brisbane : Australia | Jan 19, 2011 at 10:23 AM PST
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Devastating floods spread to southern Australia and reached the streets of rural communities in Victoria state, after three weeks of flooding that submerge the northeastern state of Queensland.

In Victoria, the rough waters of Yarra River threatened the life of two Australian teens, but thanks to their inflatable sex doll convertible into a raft that comes as an effective tool to their rescue, as AOL reports.

An Australian teen couple found an exciting new use for a blow-up sex doll when they turned an inflatable sex toy into a raft. While into their blow-up doll raft nerve whacking journey, unfortunately, the woman lost her grip on the doll in the rough waters of the Yarra River outside Melbourne. The woman managed to hold on a tree branch and bear up a smile as depicted in the photo above. Rescuers finally were able to bring them ashore after a kayaker throw life jackets into them. The blow-up sex doll rescue comes as Australia battles the disastrous floods that hit the country and now threatening Victoria state.

The Australia flood death toll rose to 30 more bodies, were being discovered every day, the AP said. Most of the victims died in the Brisbane flash flood that hit west of Queensland.

The police reportedly informed the teen couple that their blow-up sex doll rescue raft was not a recognized floatation device. But certainly it works and save them though.

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