Rae Sremmurd's trip to New Zealand is one for the books. The brothers have already gotten in a bloody brawl that led Slim Jxmmi to respond to the negative headlines and now Slim can check 'swimming in a toxic lake' off his bucket list. The "Black Beatles" rapper shared a video on Instagram that sees him jumping head first into a lake to swim to some paddle boats, but the waters are said to be extremely toxic.

"They asked me what SremmLife was so I jumped into the lake (Adelaide)," he captioned the video. Slim's little show off came with some consequences since the lake he so willingly swam in is certified toxic by the Adelaide city council. Apparently, the 10,000+ fans attending FOMO Festival at Elder Park were warned about the nearby lake and its toxic algae and they run the risk of being arrested if seen swimming. 

According to AllHipHop, local authorities let Slim off the hook by not pressing charges since they seemingly weren't aware of the risk. “We do, however, strongly discourage people from swimming in the river given the water quality and safety issues which are a potential health and safety risk,” a spokeswoman for Adelaide City Council said.

Here's to making better decisions abroad.