- An 80-year-old man has changed the general perception that old people cannot be adventurous
- The octogenarian could be seen in a video displaying incredible skills as he jet-skied effortlessly
- In the video, one would mistake the unidentified man for someone in his twenties
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One would ordinarily think that at the age of 80, what is left to do is surround yourself with great-grandchildren that run around the house while you watch in admiration. Such is not the case for an 80-year-old man whose video has gone viral.
The octogenarian could be seen in a video shared on social media jet-skiing effortlessly despite his age.
In the video shared by The Sun Sport on its official Twitter page, the aged man rode the jet-propelled vehicle bravely that one would mistake him for someone in his twenties.
He displayed incredible skills while skimming across the surface of the water, and this definitely would inspire the younger generation.
The message the octogenarian has indirectly passed is that being old should not deny people of being adventurous.
Without saying it verbally, the unidentified man has passed an important message that says adventure is not only for the younger generation.
Watch the video below:
In other news, two lovebirds identified as Monifa and Wyatt got married in an unusual way as they hiked a mountain 12,000 ft above sea level to tie the knot.
The adventurous couple, who got married without any guests or an officiating minister, took the decision due to the COVID-19 pandemic the world is currently battling with.
Monifa with the Twitter handle @DrMonifaMD took to the microblogging site to make the disclosure, saying they hiked the mountain at 4am amid 30-degree weather in their wedding gear.
Since the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus, couples have devised creative ways of tying the knot and spending the rest of their lives together.
Monifa also shared a photo of what her wedding gown looked like after the event. She captioned it: "Theee dress at the end of theee day. Don't panic, it's currently undergoing a very involved professional deep cleaning and preservation process."
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