Anyone who took the Central Park Plunge yesterday, abseiling 220m down the side of the Central Park building in the CBD, is pretty brave.
Perhaps none more so than Disability Services Minister Stephen Dawson.
After all, as reported in Inside Cover, this is a bloke who once broke his toe while Irish dancing.
If dancing has proved to be hazardous to your health, stepping off the edge of a 52-storey building could be downright suicidal.
Despite this worrying history of bad luck, Dawson took the plunge yesterday — and, even better, he did it dressed as Spider-man, at the request of his four-year-old son.
Of course, it’s all for a good cause, with the minister raising more than $2600 for Cahoots, an organisation that provides inclusive opportunities for children and young people living with disability.
You can donate to Dawson’s fundraising page, or that of any of the plungers, by visiting centralparkplunge.com.au.