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the mirror: This should be the most Australian thing ever. There is a man punching a kangaroo to save his dog. but it turns out there's a heartbreaking story behind the hilarity The Mirror reports that the video was in fact filmed by a group of hunters in June, at a rural estate in Condobolin in New South Wales, Australia, and had been organised by strangers to help. Kailem Barwick, a 19-year-old man who was dying of cancer. And the man who delivered the infamous punch to the violent kangaroo has been identified as Greig Tonkins, a zookeeper who accompanied Kailem on his last hunt. Kailem was a keen hunter who always dreamed of catching a one tonner (100kg) boar. Unfortunately Kailem passed away earlier this month after being diagnosed with sarcoma earlier in the year After the hunt Kailem thanked his group of friends for arranging the expedition on Facebook. He wrote: I just wanted this opportunity to express my gratitude for the kindness of strangers to help me with a dream I have in catching a tonner boar with my dogs It wasn't long before I met up with a real good bunch of blokes a young fella like myself could ever ask for. They came from all over the countryside. Greig Tonks from my home town of Dubbo. Kailem managed to accomplish another dream before he passed on, marrying his childhood sweetheart Brandi-Lee Wadwellon November 27 Brandi-Lee payed tribute to her late husband after his passing. writing that if she could give one piece of advice from her time spent with Kailem it would be to hold on. Hold on to hope and hold on to every special memory you have. SORRY FOR THE LONG POST HERE'S A POTATO There is a heart-wrenching story behind the video of man PUNCHING kangaroo after it attacked his dog
the mirror: This should be the most Australian thing ever. There is a man
 punching a kangaroo to save his dog. but it turns out there's a
 heartbreaking story behind the hilarity
 The Mirror reports that the video was in fact filmed by a group of
 hunters in June, at a rural estate in Condobolin in New South
 Wales, Australia, and had been organised by strangers to help.
 Kailem Barwick, a 19-year-old man who was dying of cancer.
 And the man who delivered the infamous punch to the violent
 kangaroo has been identified as Greig Tonkins, a zookeeper
 who accompanied Kailem on his last hunt.
 Kailem was a keen hunter who always dreamed of catching
 a one tonner (100kg) boar. Unfortunately Kailem
 passed away earlier this month after being diagnosed
 with sarcoma earlier in the year
 After the hunt Kailem thanked his group of friends for
 arranging the expedition on Facebook.
 He wrote:
 I just wanted this opportunity to express my gratitude
 for the kindness of strangers to help me with a dream
 I have in catching a tonner boar with my dogs
 It wasn't long before I met up with a real good bunch
 of blokes a young fella like myself could ever ask for.
 They came from all over the countryside. Greig Tonks
 from my home town of Dubbo.
 Kailem managed to accomplish another dream before
 he passed on, marrying his childhood sweetheart Brandi-Lee
 Wadwellon November 27
 Brandi-Lee payed tribute to her late husband after his passing.
 writing that if she could give one piece of advice from her
 time spent with Kailem it would be to hold on. Hold on to
 hope and hold on to every special memory you have.
 SORRY FOR THE LONG POST
 HERE'S A POTATO
There is a heart-wrenching story behind the video of man PUNCHING kangaroo after it attacked his dog

There is a heart-wrenching story behind the video of man PUNCHING kangaroo after it attacked his dog