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Real or Fake ? Picture of Boat

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Is this Picture Real of Fake

I found it on the BBC web site after the Flooding, but cant help to notice that a 2 tonne boat may well

break 3 small posts ??

A Poll to see what you think..





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Guest woody

Im going to say fake. Why would you moor your boat up with that much rope out? Any your right Brian how can three posts hold it up, even if they could I would imagine they would puncture the hull!

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I didnt even think of the lenght of the mooring rope, i was looking at the Wooden Uprights.

But now looking at the mooring rope being Exactly taught to the height of the boat makes me think even more its a photoshop.

Im surprised the BBC didnt sus it out ! :lol:

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