December 15, 2015 / 8:14 PM / 2 years ago

Surfing Santas in Australia set world record

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A group of 320 surfing Santas set a Guinness World Record on Tuesday for the largest surf lesson.

Sydney's famous Bondi Beach became a sea of red and white as the group got into the festive spirit by donning the Santa costumes and riding the waves.

A minimum 250 surfers were needed to set the record, but Guinness World Records said some 320 people took part in the 30-minute lesson.

The event was organised to raise awareness about mental health issues.

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