A Perth businessman has uploaded a video of himself speeding along a highway while standing in his car, with no hands on the wheel.
The stunt took place along the Eyre Highway on the Nullarbor, between Adelaide and Perth.
Bronson Norrish recorded the video, then posted it online.
When he tilts the camera down to the dashboard of his new electric Tesla car, it quickly becomes apparent that there’s no-one behind the wheel.
His feet straddle the two front seats as the car hurtles along in self-drive mode.
The Party Boat Charters founder and entertainer is no stranger to acrobatic performances – he’s even
a contestant on this year’s TV program Ninja Warrior.
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Over the past few days, he’s been posting regular online updates about his journey across the country in his new car.
“Working on four hours’ sleep over the last 48 hours, that’s not bad,” he says in one online update.
But WA Police Minister Michelle Roberts was not impressed.
“To be doing this is plain stupid and reckless in the extreme,” she said.
“The only thing he’s likely to break is his own neck.”