Crazy Guy Jumps Over an Audi Coming At Him At 150km/h [VIDEO]
Aug 14, 2014 12:41
This might just be the stupidest thing anyone has done. A professional athlete of sorts jumps over a speeding Audi R8 coming at him at 150km/h.
To keep other stupid people in their seats from doing it they made this statement:
"The stunt was precisely calculated before the attempt. The jump itself was done by a professional athlete (sort of). Do not under any circumstances attempt to recreate or re-enact anything seen in this video. None of the sponsors or anyone in team Broiler can be held responsible for anyone being hurt when trying to jump over cars. DO NOT TRY THIS YOURSELF!"
That's right. Don't be stupid. Watch the video below:
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