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Crazy Plumbing: A Man’s Dream Home

Plumbing doesn’t always have to be a serious. Like with any profession, there’s the temptation to create something a little silly with your skills. Some New Zealand blokes did just that and pulled one of the best pranks ever. Now we’re left wondering how long it’ll be till something like this shows up in Sydney.


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The standard of pranks has never been higher thanks to this one pulled by a few Kiwi buddies on one of their best mates. The big group of friends waited for their pal to leave his home for the day then they leapt into action. Some ran inside to set up 14 different tiny cameras while others got under the house and hook up kegs of beer to the entire house’s plumbing. Once the job was done they hid in a nearby shed, video monitors running, and waited for their mate to come home.

Upon returning home, the man found the kitchen tap was trickling. Something struck him as strange and he had a quick sniff and then taste of the darker than usual water. Instead of being upset, he was impressed with how the beer was coming out cold. He became even more amazed when he discovered that every single tap was the same and that the beer actually tasted quite good. Eventually he decided that he better check out what was going on and discovered the many kegs set up under his house. His friends reappeared and he decided that it clearly was time for a party.

There’s always potential for a bit of strangest and hilarity when it comes to your plumbing and to see more take a look atStrangest Plumbing: The Weirdest Plumbing Projects.

Geoff James
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Geoff grew up in Berala near Lidcombe in Sydney and attended Birrong Boys High School where he finished his Year 10 school certificate. Geoff was encouraged by his uncle to consider plumbing as he had done a bit of plumbing work on weekends during his school years. DJ Childs Plumbing in Canterbury offered him a plumbing apprenticeship and he spent most of his time working on plumbing maintenance and new roofs on commercial sites. Geoff on Google+.