This is TOO FUNNY!
Extreme Ironing (or EI) is an extreme sport and a performance art in which people take an ironing board to a remote location and iron items of clothing. According to the official website, extreme ironing is "the latest danger sport that combines the thrills of an extreme outdoor activity with the satisfaction of a well-pressed shirt."
Part of the attraction and interest the media has towards extreme ironing seems to center on the issue of whether it is really a sport or not. It is widely considered to be tongue-in-cheek.
Some locations where such performances have taken place include a mountainside of a difficult climb; a forest; in a canoe; while skiing or snowboarding; on top of large bronze statues; in the middle of a street; underwater; whilst parachuting; and under the ice cover of a lake. The performances have been conducted solo or by groups.
The Guardian said of extreme ironing that it carries on a tradition of British eccentricity.
Ha ha ha ha ha . . . "The Guardian said of extreme ironing that it carries on a tradition of British eccentricity." . . . you can say that again!