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Mature surfers need to call out abuse

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The mature male surfers present in the line-up when these serial germs go about bullying and assaulting others are themselves a part of the overall problem.

How can they turn a blind eye, paddle into another wave and pretend that it’s all cool in the tube?

Show some bloody ticker and confront these grubs!

Call them out in the water. Call them out in the street, or the pub, or the shops.

They are not welcome in the community – make that known. Stand up for yourselves, ya mates, their kids, and visitors alike.


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