Santas sleigh across flooded Uluru

Men dress as Father Christmas to hit the floods at the national park


A group of friends made the most of a stormy Christmas Day at Uluru by dressing as Father Christmas and wake boarding through the mud.

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Their festive season was far from dampened by heavy rain, which caused flooding on roads and closed the national park.

In a video filmed at the popular Australian tourist attraction, the men are seen in their Santa suits gliding through the floodwater.

Residents in Florida pulled a similar stunt earlier this year when Hurricane Hermine hit the region.

They were pictured taking to their boards to practice their surf moves in the streets after parts of the state were flooded.

One daring pair was pictured riding through the flood waters in St Petersburg as their paddleboards were pulled by a truck.

Another couple was filmed having fun on their boards while wearing swimwear as they glided through a residential street.

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