Stage Dive Fail At Sydney’s Frankie’s Pizza

Today in our series of “how not to do things”, we present to you a demonstration of how not to stage dive.

This one’s pretty basic, really. The rule is: Do not attempt to stage dive, if there is no-one there to catch you. Kinda a no-brainer really, but apparently a rule some have yet to full grasp.

As with all lessons though, they’re usually easier to digest when accompanied by a visual. So, allow us to let this dedicated Sydney punk rock punter, who recently broke the aforementioned rule while attending a gig by Aussie legends The Hard Ons at Frankie’s Pizza, demonstrate in the video above.

Solely in the name of public interest, of course.

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