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That artist in Bristol really did turn the street into a waterslide

He said he would, and by God, he did.

ALMOST TWO MONTHS ago, we told you about the artist Luke Jerram, who wanted to turn a British city’s street into a massive water slide.

Well, he’s only gone and done it.

Park Street in Bristol was closed off yesterday, and the giant slide was in action. Check it out below:

Source: Ollie Francis/YouTube

It’s called the Park and Slide, it’s 300 foot long and it’s the best thing we’ve ever seen in action. More than 96,000 people entered a lottery to use the slide, but only 360 lucky winners got the chance.

What a way to commute.

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