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New Zealand Emigrants' Flash Mob Hakas Across Australia Are Breathtaking

New Zealand Emigrants' Flash Mob Hakas Across Australia Are Breathtaking

My Saturday morning just went from placid to wanting to hunt a lion with my bare hands in about 2 minutes, thanks to watching these flash mob hakas that have lit up Australia ahead of today's World Cup finals.

All Black emigrants are bringing the battle to their Aussie hosts in spectacular fashion, with hakas taking place on beaches, shopping centres and streets across cities such as Sydney and Brisbane.

Needless to say, it made for some great videos.

Here was the scene on Brisbane's South Bank.

Mean as at surfers GO THE ALL BLACKS we got this ?Josephine Kereopaa

Posted by Skylar Judith Aroha Newton on Friday, 30 October 2015

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Meanwhile in Sydney.

Flasmob haka Logan styles YEEEEA BUDDY!!!Feeln at home sorounded by all these maoriz yeeeeaaah#FLASHMOB #Deadliest#ALLBLACKeverything

Posted by Lee Walker on Friday, 30 October 2015

While these were fairly big flash mobs, there were also a few small groups of fans deciding to randomly break into a flash mob Haka on Sydney's streets.

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Veitchy just one of the flashmob hakas going around Sydney today for the abs

Posted by Jody Flutey on Friday, October 30, 2015

The match is not until 3am New Zealand time so needless to say these fans are in for a long wait. I'm sure there are plenty of Irish down under who are making the most of huge night in sport.

Hat-tip: NZHerald

Mark Farrelly
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Balls Media Audience Development Manager. Former Miss World 1997 contestant.

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