I’m glad I’m not the only mad one

On a day where our forces have been sent into yet another conflict region, I felt I needed something to smile at. So I on my weekly catch up of the BBC News website I was delighted to find the above ‘news’ clip. Sadly I couldn’t embed it from the BBC’s own website but we all know YouTube is going to have the clip, so here it is, I hope it makes you smile as well.

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  1. WOW!! I wonder what his insides are like? all flattened I bet!! hmm, I won’t be trying that anytime soon, no sirree … 🙂 thanks Trevor…xPenx

    • I don’t think I will be trying that either, just the climb would be enough for me.

  2. I often wonder who thought of doing things like that first, and then I ask why? Belly flops hurt at the best of times (I’m the World’s number one champion Belly Flopper, but don’t tell anyone…). I must admit I oohed with the crowd when he dove though. And smiled, wincingly.

    • Whoever thought up this little stunt needs his/her bumps read! I’ll admit I more than winced on the landing 😮

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