A British teenager raised awareness for flood victims in London's Lake District by riding his bicycle on a lake 75-feet deep.
Matt Whitehurst, 16, insists the pictures are real but won't reveal how he managed to perch his bicycle atop the waters of England's Lake Buttermere. He performed the stunt to promote an upcoming cycling event that will raise money to build bridges destroyed in 2009 flooding.
"I can't and won't say how I did it, but plenty of people saw me and they'll confirm it wasn't a camera trick," he said. "The photos are real."
I'm sure the photos are very much real. So is the platform in the water on which Whitehurt's bike is likely standing.
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