Amazing Video Shows Hurricane Gonzalo Blowing A Waterfall UPWARDS In The Peak District

It's not just our job to bring you Cat Video LOLZ here at HuffPost UK Comedy. Oh, no. It's also our job to bring you 'Well, I never!' videos. Such as this moment, caught on camera in Derbyshire's Peak District.

The 'Kinder Downfall' - the tallest waterfall in the Peak District - is a point where the River Kinder falls, yes, downwards. 98ft downwards, to be precise.

Only thanks to Hurricane Gonzalo, on this day at least, it fell upwards.

Watch the amazing sight of the wind blowing the water back upstream in this video, filmed by Rod Kirkpatrick.