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Support the 2013 'King of the Mall's Balls' appeal
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Ended Dec 19, 2013
We're all allowed to make mistakes, thou sometimes some are more costly than others. Your donation today will go directly to supporting Zac's upcoming court appearance which is scheduled around Christmas day. Boo!

We're all allowed to make mistakes, though sometimes some are more costly than others. Your donation today will go directly to supporting Zac's upcoming court appearance, subsequent fine and, more notably, imposed rescue service callout fee which are due around Christmas day. So to ease the financial burden of Christmas time and give joy to the man who brought laughter to all of us, this is our opportunity. Our little contribution to the man who brightened up our little town if only for just one weekend and whose endeavours will go down in infamy.

Mr Davis, 28, from Kudla, scaled the almost 4.5m-tall Bert Flugelman-designed Spheres sculpture in Rundle Mall - affectionately dubbed Mall's Balls.

Many people on social media have also condemned the decision to report Mr Davis for disorderly behaviour, saying the stunt was harmless fun.

"It was great fun, quite a rush," Mr Davis told advertiser.com.au

"I'm pretty sure I did it just to get a good photo and to send a birthday message."

"They (police) wouldn't allow me to get down the same way I got up".

Mr Davis said he was never "stuck" on top of the balls and wanted to clarify that he could have got down himself if allowed.

The stunt has generated loads of comment on social media this morning, many people amazed as to how someone could get on top of the sculpture. "I don't want to explain in case other people hurt themselves. I don't want some kid trying what I did."

Police reported Mr Davis for disorderly behaviour and he will be summonsed to appear in the Adelaide Magistrates Court at a later date.

So give support or get a sense of humour ... and then give!

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