Dunk tank at the South Burnett Lifeflight family fun day

WATCH: Dave Tierney, Spud Jones, and more get dunked

WATCH your favourite South Burnett celebrities get dunked for a cause at this years Nanango Life Flight Family Fun Day.

Kingaroy Officer in Charge Senior Sgt. Dave Tierney and Councillor Spud Jones both donated $50 to the cause. Meaning anyone who wanted to step up and dunk them could.

 

Spud Jones donated $50 so anyone could step up and dunk him.
Spud Jones donated $50 so anyone could step up and dunk him. Madeline Grace

 

Spud Jones was dunked many times for a good cause.
Spud Jones was dunked many times for a good cause. Madeline Grace

 

Spud Jones was dunked so many times Dave Tierney said there wouldn't be any water left for the rest of them.
Spud Jones was dunked so many times Dave Tierney said there wouldn't be any water left for the rest of them. Madeline Grace

Councillor Danita Potter and Councillor Roz Frohloff also got in the dunk tank, daring South Burnett residents to give it their best shot.

Everyone was dunked numerous times, with Sgt Dave Tierney even joking there wouldn't be any water left.

All money raised went towards the RACQ Life Flight fund.

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