Mark Zuckerberg Proves He Can Get Wet as He Tries Tow-in Surfing With a Legend

Chad Weiser

Mark Zuckerberg is a man of many talents, and he's adding tow-in surfing as one of them.

The Facebook boss posted a shot of himself being towed behind a boat by the legendary Kai Lenny, doing a bit a tow-in surfing.

Zuck seemed to have a good handle on the water sport as he was seen riding a yellow board and squatting down while clutching the rope in order to handle the sea.

Mark, 35, posted the snap on his Instagram page, writing, "Trying a new sport in Kauai with one of the best @kai_lenny."

After people caught wind of his latest adventure, some of Mark's followers started to have a little fun with him in the comment section, poking fun at the techie.

One fan wrote, "Careful not to short circuit out there boss!!!"

Another joked, "Don’t fall into the water or your circuits will fry."

No better way to try the new sport than to do it with the master, Kai Lenny.

Kai Lenny is a big wave surfer, stand-up paddle (SUP) surfer and racer, surfer, tow-in surfer, windsurfer, kitesurfer and celebrity watersports enthusiast. Lenny lives in Maui.

Lenny achieved recognition in 2012 with first place at the Hawaii Island Finals SUP pro, and first place at the Sunset Beach SUP pro.

Kai Lenny claimed the SUP racing world champion title when he won the seasons finals of the first Standup World Series championship races held at Turtle Bay Resort, O'ahu, Hawaii on 13–14 September 2012.

Check Kai in action below in this incredible clip.