A man has been filmed riding a jet ski down the main street of a flooded town on the NSW Central Coast.
The video shows the rider in Tuggerah, zooming past a McDonalds.
The man rides up and down the main strip, wearing just a singlet.
In Manly, another man has taken advantage of the flooded streets by taking his stand-up paddle board for a ride.
Wearing just a pair of budgy smugglers, he pushes himself down the street on his board.
The last 24 hours have brought more than 100mm of rain to many parts of the state including areas around the Central Coast and Sydney’s Northern Beaches.
Kincumber received 124mm since 9am yesterday while Avoca copped more than 140mm overnight.
It comes as the SES issued a fresh warning to motorists after rescuers came to the aid of 13 cars which became stuck trying to drive through floodwaters on the NSW Central Coast.
The SES warning comes as the Bureau of Meteorology forecast more wild weather and flooding across NSW on Saturday.
“There’s always an alternative route – never drive through floodwaters,” NSW SES spokesperson Terri Langenemdam said, after the 13 carloads of people had to be rescued in the Gosford and Wyong areas overnight.
“There’s also a reminder to keep kids away from creeks, drains and causeways.”