Puppy plunge

• Federal MP Patrick Gorman may have been a little unnerved pondering the 220-metre drop from the Central Park skyscraper, but with funding for guide dogs on the line there was only one way to go.

THE yearly Central Park Plunge went down on the weekend with 300 participants abseiling 220m down the St Georges’ Terrace skyscraper for charities.
Sponsors pitched in cash for people to plunge for their chosen charities with about $570,000 raised.
Federal Perth Labor MP Patrick Gorman went over the side to raise money for Guide Dogs WA, netting them more than $3,000.
After surviving the stunt and being reunited with his son Leo on the ground, he was happy to report: “No by-election necessary.”

Patrick Gorman loves guide dogs – and they seem to like him as well
maybe even a bit too much. Photo supplied.

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