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    For most ironing is one of those boring chores we tend to put off doing – but for one teenager ironing has become something of an extreme sport. Kevin Krupitzer, 17, has turned the mundane into the insane by taking his ironing board to the most extraordinary of locations, from the edge of cliff to on board a canoe. The daring teenager travels around his hometown of Gilbert, Arizona in search of the weirdest places to iron. And he has even climbed to the top of a 120ft high rock, dubbed the Totem Pole in Queen Creek Canyon, AZ in pursuit of his bizarre hobby. (Photos by Kevin Krupitzer/Caters News)


    Extreme Ironing. (Photo by Kevin Krupitzer/Caters News)




    Extreme Ironing. (Photo by Kevin Krupitzer/Caters News)




    Extreme Ironing. (Photo by Kevin Krupitzer/Caters News)




    Extreme Ironing. (Photo by Kevin Krupitzer/Caters News)




    Extreme Ironing. (Photo by Kevin Krupitzer/Caters News)




    Extreme Ironing. (Photo by Kevin Krupitzer/Caters News)




    Extreme Ironing. (Photo by Kevin Krupitzer/Caters News)




    Extreme Ironing. (Photo by Kevin Krupitzer/Caters News)




    Extreme Ironing. (Photo by Kevin Krupitzer/Caters News)




    Extreme Ironing. (Photo by Kevin Krupitzer/Caters News)




    Extreme Ironing. (Photo by Kevin Krupitzer/Caters News)




    Extreme Ironing. (Photo by Kevin Krupitzer/Caters News)


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Extreme Ironing


For most ironing is one of those boring chores we tend to put off doing – but for one teenager ironing has become something of an extreme sport. Kevin Krupitzer, 17, has turned the mundane into the insane by taking his ironing board to the most extraordinary of locations, from the edge of cliff to on board a canoe. The daring teenager travels around his hometown of Gilbert, Arizona in search of the weirdest places to iron. And he has even climbed to the top of a 120ft high rock, dubbed the Totem Pole in Queen Creek Canyon, AZ in pursuit of his bizarre hobby. (Photos by Kevin Krupitzer/Caters News)


Extreme Ironing. (Photo by Kevin Krupitzer/Caters News)




Extreme Ironing. (Photo by Kevin Krupitzer/Caters News)




Extreme Ironing. (Photo by Kevin Krupitzer/Caters News)




Extreme Ironing. (Photo by Kevin Krupitzer/Caters News)




Extreme Ironing. (Photo by Kevin Krupitzer/Caters News)




Extreme Ironing. (Photo by Kevin Krupitzer/Caters News)




Extreme Ironing. (Photo by Kevin Krupitzer/Caters News)




Extreme Ironing. (Photo by Kevin Krupitzer/Caters News)




Extreme Ironing. (Photo by Kevin Krupitzer/Caters News)




Extreme Ironing. (Photo by Kevin Krupitzer/Caters News)




Extreme Ironing. (Photo by Kevin Krupitzer/Caters News)




Extreme Ironing. (Photo by Kevin Krupitzer/Caters News)


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