CLEVELAND'S hilarious duo Flynn Clifford-Smith and Terry the Chihuahua are at it again.
The pair made news earlier this month when the 20-year-old dementia care nurse wore his mum's wedding gown to take out the rubbish.
Since then Mr Clifford-Smith, with the help of his mum Emma have been featuring a different outfit every week.
Check out his latest character and watch the video:
And last week there was no place like home for Mr Clifford-Smith as he clicked his red heels and rolled out the rubbish bin.
Here comes the bride... and the bin
Redland's has joined the national trend of dressing up to take their rubbish out as a way to liven up their self-isolation.
Meet Flynn Clifford-Smith and his trusty sidekick Terry the Chihuahua. The Cleveland pair have become social media stars overnight after taking out their rubbish bins dressed in a wedding dress and formal attire. Admittedly it is Flynn's mum Emma's wedding gown and she takes responsibility for the idea, training Terry and taking the great photos.
The comic relief is part of the Bin Isolation Outing Facebook group which originally started as a joke between friends, the page has 681,302 members and counting and features photos and videos of people around Australia, and now the world taking their bins to the curb in fun costumes.
Ms Clifford-Smith said she had to convince Flynn to dress up but now they had decided to do it every week for a bit of a laugh.
The 20-year-old is a dementia care nurse at an aged care facility in Birkdale and was happy to entertain people as he knew it would make them smile.
Ms Clifford-Smith said her son had a massive heart and loved helping people...and he looked better in her wedding dress than she did.
"The post on the Facebook group has now had over 55k Likes so we've all been blown away, but more so that there has not been one single negative comment or troll," she said.
The Clifford-Smiths may consider compiling a calendar featuring Flynn (and Terry I'm sure) in various outfits in aid of healthcare workers.
Have a watch below.