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Meet The Craziest Man In The World: The ‘Crocodile Man’ Of Port Moresby

I don’t know if this guy is the craziest SOB on the planet, or, if he has a serious death wish. Whatever the case, what he does for a living, you couldn’t convince me to do for a hundred million bucks (and that’s for only one show) !!
 
The ‘crocodile man’ has been working with his Croc’s for about 15 years and has some serious scars to show for it. Each weekend on Saturday and Sunday, the Croc man feeds the big croc’s with live chickens. Not too good if you are the chicken, but then, out of the blue… he jumps onto the croc’s back! Now that’s just friggin’ NUTS !!
 
These are BIG croc’s and I mean B-I-G, they must be close to 5 meters long and this guy get’s  in the water with them like it’s NO BIG DEAL….that’s just CRAZY!!  The park is very well maintained, lots of birds, tree kangaroos, a nice lake and BBQ area. Remarkably, its free but donations are warmly accepted. Definitely a great place to visit if you are ever in Papua New Guinea on holiday.
 
Port Moresby is the capital and largest city of Papua New Guinea (PNG). The city is on the shores of the Gulf of Papua. Its population is around 300,000 and growing quickly. The indigenous people of the area are the Motu-Koitabu. Moresby, as it is commonly known, got its name from Captain John Moresby who arrived in 1873 as the first European visitor.
 
The city is quite spread out. The original colonial settlement was by the sea and this is still the port area, as well as the main business and banking district. On the hills above are upmarket residences.
 
Watch the video below and see for yourself, would you do this ?!?

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