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Royal Cornwall Show Milk Dive
3:42pm 8th June 2012
A stuntman has plunged thirty feet into a vat of milk just one foot deep at the Royal Cornwall Show.
Professor Splash has broken the world record.
He tells Pirate FM he is chuffed to have been invited to the Wadebridge showground: "This one was the best. It's the best dive I've ever done in my life, you know a thousand joys at the bottom of the pool. Jumping into milk, Cornish milk, is fantastic. I can actually feel it's more dense, so it's actually safer, so it's a good dive.
"Coming over here and being invited to the Royal Cornwall Show, you know I'm just deeply indebted to everybody to come over here and show my talents to everybody you know. It's just wonder, it's a once in a lifetime opportunity."
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