Footage has emerged from Parklands Car and Dog Wash of a naked man taking a shower with a gurney in one of the washing bays. Picture: Supplied
Footage has emerged from Parklands Car and Dog Wash of a naked man taking a shower with a gurney in one of the washing bays. Picture: Supplied

Lad strips down and cops spray in Coast car wash

Footage has emerged from a new Coast car wash of a naked man taking a shower with a gurney in one of the washing bays.

Parklands Car and Dog Wash was given an interesting welcome to the Sunshine Coast when a man stripped down and showered in an automatic car wash and later had a another man hose him down in a car wash bay.

Owner Geoff Bowen said he was startled to see the situation and was worried about the man's health due to the chemicals in the products.

Footage has emerged from Parklands Car and Dog Wash of a naked man taking a shower with a gurney in one of the washing bays. Picture: Supplied
Footage has emerged from Parklands Car and Dog Wash of a naked man taking a shower with a gurney in one of the washing bays. Picture: Supplied

"The first wash is a low PH for things like road grime, the real cleaning product," he said.

"To get that on you and get stuck there is bad, you can get skin burns from the chemicals which is why he went to the self serve bay and doused himself down.

"He couldn't run the gurney on himself so got his mate to do it who seemed to have a bit of fun.

"Apparently he is fine, but he probably won't be doing something like that again."

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The family-owned and operated business opened at Meridan Plains in July.

Its facilities includes one automatic bay, four self serve bays and four turbo vacuums and a twin dog wash.


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