Kiwi boxer Joseph Parker is the driving force behind another piece of isolation social media magic, this time featuring NZ Warriors captain Roger Tuivasa-Sheck.
Parker has arguably been New Zealand's stand out sportsman on social media since the country went into lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic. He has posted lots of funny videos, but this one might be the best yet, showing how neighbours can help each other while keeping your social distancing.
In the 40sec clip, Tuivasa-Sheck sends a crying plea to his neighbour Parker across the fence, asking if he could borrow some toilet paper as the supermarket had run out.
Luckily, Parker had one roll left, so he throws it over the fence, however it lands it Tuivasa-Sheck's swimming pool.
The video received lots of praise on social media, and it has nearly 40,000 views on Instagram.
One user asked if Parker and Tuivasa-Sheck are actually neighbours and the former heavyweight champions said: "yes."
In the last week, Parker has posted videos of himself re-enacting Hugh Grant's 'Dancing Prime Minister' scene from the movie Love Actually, while performing an ensemble lip-sync rendition of The Foundations' 1968 hit song 'Build Me Up Buttercup' with fellow Kiwi sports star Scott Dixon.