Selfless removalists have been commended for offering their assistance to flood victims as heavy rain continues to drench the New South Wales coast.
The ‘absolute legends’ from The Removal Brothers said they would be willing to help those in need in a Facebook post to community group Bondi Local Loop on Monday.
‘If your house is flooding, if you’re not safe or need a hand at all please let us know,’ Manolo Bezanilla wrote to the group.
‘Got a couple trucks, man power and would love to come and help with anything needed.’
Mr Bezanilla said the offer extends ‘way beyond’ Bondi, which is in Sydney’s eastern suburbs.
Selfless removalists have been commended for offering their assistance to flood victims as heavy rain continues to drench the New South Wales coast. Their Facebook post included a selfie of four men wet from the rain and carrying household items (pictured)
‘So if you know anyone in need shoot me a message,’ he concluded.
The Facebook post included a selfie of four men wet from the rain and carrying household items.
Their kind gesture was quickly praised by locals.
‘Unbelievable! You guys are just wonderful,’ one comment read.
‘So kind! You guys make the world a better place,’ another said.
The post also gathered attention beyond flood assistance.
‘Gorgeous men… I’ll call you when you’re not so busy,’ a woman wrote along with a winking emoji.
The Removal Brothers were last year inundated with female admirers after they promoted their business on Facebook.
The ‘absolute legends’ from The Removal Brothers said they would be willing to help those in need in a Facebook post to community group Bondi Local Loop on Monday
The post garnered hundreds of reactions and comments, largely from women who were more interested in the workers than the business.
‘If anyone is moving soon I’m here to remind you of our removalist service. We have been lucky enough to service for more than two years now,’ the post read.
‘We’ve done huge six bedrooms houses in Dover Heights and small studios in Bondi too. So big or small, we can do it.’
The post was accompanied by photos of the burly removalists – and amorous women flocked to the comments section in droves.
‘Yum! Now I need to think what I need to move!’ one woman wrote.
Another tagged her housemate and joked: ‘Wanna move stuff back and forward between our places for bit?’
Relentless rain has lashed the NSW coast for days causing major flooding. Pictured: The swollen Parramatta river
Some 15,000 people are on high alert in NSW after being warned they must be ready to leave their homes to escape rising floodwaters as widespread torrential rain continues unabated.
Already 18,000 NSW residents have been evacuated as authorities warn the situation could deteriorate even further and the clean up could last for weeks.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejikilian said there are several weather fronts impacting large swathes of the state.
‘It is catastrophic in its dimensions and the impact will be severe and the fact that 15,000 people may need to be evacuated the next 24 to 48 hours is a huge concern,’ she said on Tuesday.
People northwest of Sydney have been ordered to evacuate homes amid the unrelenting downpour as a surge of water flows into catchments, causing rivers to rise and break their banks.
Major flooding is occurring along the Colo River in the Hawkesbury region and the State Emergency Service ordered about 500 people in 200 homes to get out on Tuesday.
People ride their bicycles through a flooded park on the banks of Nepean river in Penrith suburb on Sunday
People in caravans along a stretch of the Hawkesbury River from Windsor to Wiseman’s Ferry have been told to prepare to leave.
SES Commissioner Carlene York said those evacuated would have been trapped by the rising waters.
Boats and helicopters are being deployed to help them leave.
More than 9500 requests for help have been made around NSW since Thursday, with emergency services performing about 850 flood rescues.
Relentless rain has lashed the NSW coast for days causing major flooding similar to the 1988 and 1990 flood events along the Hawkesbury River and the Bureau of Meteorology is forecasting more heavy rain.
Warnings of moderate flooding along the Nepean River at Penrith are in place and floodwaters are expected to affect the upper Nepean.