Apr, 13, 2022
Today we have an interesting story about a man who was rescued on a hamster wheeled zorb ball boat after his failed attempt to run up the Atlantic coast for charity. It wouldn't be the first time. The unusual 'water bubble' boat belongs to Reza Baluchi, 44, an athlete from Florida who built it so he could run on water.
Officials said he was not injured in zorb ball, but they referred the matter to the U.S. Coast Guard to make sure the man and his bubble met all safety regulations. Baloch vowed to take the bizarre contraption into the water again, despite several failed attempts to leave the Florida area with it. "I'll let people see whatever you want to do, do it," he told Fox 35." Don't listen to anyone. Follow your dreams." Baloch has been pursuing his water dream for nearly a decade, although he has encountered some difficulties along the way.
His first water rafting ended in 2014 off the coast of St. Augustine, where he was rescued after a failed attempt to reach Bermuda. The Coast Guard eventually fined him $144,000 for the rescue, citing their earlier advice not to go. In 2016, Baloch set off again for Bermuda and went as far as Jupiter, Florida. Before he was rescued again. The Coast Guard warned him that if he disobeyed their order not to leave, he could face a $40,000 fine or up to seven years in prison.
Zorbing for charity fund
The runner says his latest effort is to raise money for various charities, including "the homeless," the U.S. Coast Guard, police and fire departments. However, in an interview with Fox 35, he did not mention a specific charity. It's all an interesting story about a fascinating challenge lover. If you want to share more zorb Ball news and stories, visit Kameymall and contact us!
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