Bushie goes viral sharing heartbreaking message

A STATION hand from a remote outback property has taken to social media, in a bid to encourage kindness and to raise awareness of bullying. 

Craig Eastell's video has been sharing thousands of times over night. 

He posted it to Facebook with the words:

"Can everyone please watch this and don't just watch it take a bit of notice,, It's something that I feel strongly about, I think the people that ask for help are legends, asking for help is harder then fighting it alone in your head!!!"

Watch his video here:

Thousands of regional, rural and remote people have supported Craig in popular Facebook group Ringers From The Top End, where the post has almost 3,000 likes.

If you or someone you know needs help call:



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