Brits casually share a pint in their flooded beer garden

When you consider brave Brits, here’s who may enter your mind:

1) Winston Churchill and this speech:

2) John Lennon, who composed this little tune that everyone wishes to cover when problem emerges.

3) Florence Nightingale, who assisted transform modern-day nursing and obviously (unbeknownst to me till 10 seconds ago) was British and not American.

4) And this resourceful soul.

Now we can include a 5th called to the hero ladder, thanks to a bit of running water and a number of Englishmen who simply desired something cold to chill their stomaches.

The issues started when heavy rains in Yorkshire triggered the River Aire to flood, pissing off the owners and clients of the Kirkstall Bridge Innwho, ahem, may’ve currently been pissed to start with.

Even though a wetsuit would have been thought about proper mixed drink clothing on this day, John Kelly and Steve Holtwho, according to BuzzFeed , run the Kirkstall Brewery, which owns the pubtook their pints out to the outdoor patio. Flooded garden or not, these mennay, these heroestook a seat and imbibed in the middle of a river that’s house to god understands what water life.

@MarleyAJMegeary you need to’ve signed up with-a number of empty tables @Kirkstallbridge beer garden

leedsbeerfest(@leedsbeer) November 15, 2015

Unfortunately, the enjoyable needed to end at some point, since heroes can not be heroes permanently. And when Holt’s loved one informed him to leave the water, he and his friend left their watery table so the remainder of the day’s drinking might be enjoyed in dry, warm clothing.

H/T New York Magazine |Image through Becky Adams / Twitter

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