Drue Chrisman's unique bottle flipping talent has paid off.
The Buckeye punter used his notorious bottle flipping ability to raise money for the World Wildlife Fund's Australia bushfire relief efforts, raising more than $14,000 dollars and setting a world record in the process.
Its over... after 24 hours we raised over $14,000 for @WWF and set a world record! Thank you to everyone who tuned in and donated. It was one of the most mentally draining experiences Ive had but totally worth it. Time for a hot shower and a long nap #DollahForKoala pic.twitter.com/IZW9QxhteM— Drue Chrisman (@DChrisman91) January 20, 2020
Beginning on Monday afternoon, Chrisman flipped water bottles in front of a live YouTube stream for 24 consecutive hours. While Chrisman has not yet announced the final flipping total, it was far-and-away the world record.
Throughout the world record flipping process, Chrisman collected online donations for the World Wildlife Fund, which ranged from $10 to $10,000 in size, totaling in just over $14,000.
And after that, we wouldn't blame him in the slightest if he spent the next 24 consecutive hours in his bed.