A dentist and an oral surgeon have offered to fix the smile of Auckland's famous Singing Cowboy for free, after two of his teeth were knocked out when a college student threw a stone in his direction. Jock Hume , an entertainer better known to many as the Singing Cowboy, was having a swim at wildlife sanctuary Tiritiri Matangi Island off the Whangaparāoa Peninsula in north Auckland when the incident happened on March 24. Prior to getting in the water, the 73-year-old said he spoke to a group of Ōrewa College students, who were throwing stones and small rocks into the water, asking if they could refrain from doing so as not to hit him. However, the students, who Hume described as intermediate or senior-aged, continued and, just as he was getting ready to exit the water, a stone hit him in the mouth, he said. READ MORE: Singing Cowboy gets his teeth knocked out by students ‘skipping pebbles’ Cowboy entertains the crowd Singing Cowboy Jock Hume to hang up boots and guitar "It knocked out two of my lovely front teeth. It was such a shock to me, I was stunned." Hume is a familiar face on the streets… Read full this story
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