Tuesday 27 September 2022 08:14 AM Chris Davidson: South West Rocks locals create 'surf board tombstone' to pay ... trends now
A surfboard with tributes scrawled across the surface in black ink has been erected on a South West Rocks been in honour of late surfer Chris Davidson
A surfboard covered in black-ink tributes has been erected on a beach in memoriam of late surfing legend Chris Davidson.
Mr Davidson, 45, was killed in an alleged one punch attack outside the South West Rocks Country Club just after 11pm on Saturday.
The former professional athlete's death has left the surfing world in mourning and rocked the tightknit NSW Mid-North Coast community as local footballer Grant Coleman, 42, faces charges over the alleged fatal assault.
Now, members of the community have created a memorial for the surfing star on a local beach, inserting a wooden stake with a sign attached to the top reading:' RIP Chris Davidson, 1976- 2022'.
At the bottom, his nickname 'Davo' is scrawled across the plastic board, with a photo printed in the centre showing him laying