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Flying mattresses surprise swimmers

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Flying mattresses surprise swimmers

Flying mattresses surprise swimmers

Mandatory credit: Robb Manes.

Robb Manes filmed mattresses flying down parkland in Denver, Colorado, USA.

The incident happened at around 4pm on Saturday 17 August.

Onlookers said the mattresses has been set up for a "movie under the stars" event.


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