Justin Trudeau | Canada’s Prime Minister surprised the practice of bungee jumping

Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau jumped from the highest bungee jumping practice in Quebec earlier this week. Yes, you read correctly: Canada’s highest political authority practiced what in Spanish might be called bungee jumping or vine jumping. That is, jumping into the void from a bridge with an elastic rope attached to the torso or ankle and the other to the structure.

This is how they reported from Great Canadian Bungee, the company that was responsible for securing Trudeau’s jump: “You never know who you might meet in our company’s bungee tower. This week the Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, appeared with his two children Xavier and Ella Grace. Bravo for his jumps and even for his diving in the water.”

It should be remembered that Justin Trudeau’s penchant for extremism is not new. In fact, His great fondness for snowboarding and the Whistler Mountains is more than well known, Perfect for this plank exercise. And yes, there are other cases of heads of action sports enthusiasts like Luis Lacalle Poe, Uruguayan president and surfer (and skater). Or Barack Obama, who once retired, has been seen surfing in Indonesia or windsurfing in the Caribbean. however, There are no cases of this kind in Spain. At least at this level. Neither Pedro Sanchez, Mariano Rajoy, Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, nor any former president have been seen in the same situation kite surfing, snowboarding, windsurfing, snowboarding or bungee jumping. What will be the first (or first)?

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