Car pulls paddleboarders along flooded Florida streets

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., Sept. 2 (UPI) — A pair of Florida residents made the best of flooding caused by Hurricane Hermine and paddleboarded in the streets.

Inflatable paddleboard company Caribe Sup shared video of a man and a woman riding on top of board’s pulled by a car in St. Petersburg.

“Our St Pete Crew having some fun with Hurricane Hermine!” They wrote.

While no paddles were used, the pair can be seen balancing on the boards attached to the back of a vehicle as they glided through the flooded street.

Despite the lighthearted fun Caribe Sup warned residents in flooded areas to stay safe.

🌴🏄Our St Pete Crew having some fun with Hurricane Hermine! @marissa_everhart @thehottestbite @audreyjennifer @tyler_kapela Be safe out there 🌩🌬 #hurricane #hermine #florida #storm #sup #standuppaddle #standuppaddleboard #danger #wakesurf

A video posted by Caribe SUP™ (@caribesup) on Sep 1, 2016 at 5:03pm PDT

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