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STIR-CRAZY WA RESIDENTS LET OFF STEAM AFTER CYCLONE

| Mar 1, 2013 3:48am EST | 1min:21sec

Stir-crazy residents in cyclone-ravaged Western Australia are starting to emerge from their homes, and boy are they letting off some steam. (AAP/Miles Godfrey) SCRIPT - Stir-crazy residents in cyclone-ravaged Western Australia are starting to emerge from their homes, and boy are they letting off some steam. Households across the state's northwest have been on lock-down for the past two days as cyclone Rusty barrelled across the Pilbara, forcing many residents to coop themselves indoors. But with some areas now out of the danger zone, and some alert warnings downgraded, a string of zany videos have been posted on the internet as locals being to relax. YouTube user Nayden Chino posted a clip of himself surfing a long board along what appears to be a flood irrigation channel in Broome. Other YouTuber, Jarrah Fish, posted a video of two people dressed as Cookie Monster and Elmo, the characters from Sesame Street, riding a bike. Another video shows a group of storm chasers performing the Harlem Shake dance, the internet meme invented by five teenagers on Queensland's Sunshine Coast. The storm chasers' video, which was actually posted by Hannah Weddell just before Rusty struck the Pilbara has the five protagonists performing the dance in a rainy-looking backyard

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