Despite their name, they guys at Danger First are creeped out by spiders. But rather than buy a can of Raid, they made a deadly hairspray-powered flamethrower, designed to enact the idiom “kill it with fire” in real life. No actual spiders were harmed in the making of the video.
The New York Times introduces us to Brent Weingard, a professional window cleaner who’s been hanging precariously from the sides of buildings for more than 35 years. And yes, he does worry about dropping stuff on us.
This young woman was dangerously close to killing herself by jumping off of the balcony of a 12-story building. Fortunately her plans were spoiled by a sneaky fireman and his life-saving attack.
If you have a fear of heights, look away from this dizzying video of “urban explorers” on a little walk – up the side of a bridge, without safety gear, and cars speeding by on the pavement below.
You don’t just need strength and speed to be a firefighter. You also need a lion’s heart and a giant’s balls. The firefighter holding the hose has both. He’s probably seen worse, but still.
It’s not enough that this guy is surfing on the back of a moving train car. He pushes the legal limits on stupidity by taking a flying leap from the railcar into the drink below. Do not try this at home.
JÃ¶rg Sprave shows off his new creations. The big star here is his strongest, most accurate and thus most lethal slingshot crossbow yet, with 22mm thick rubber tubes and an assault rifle scope.
Everything about this device looks like an accident waiting to happen. Still, when JÃ¶rg Sprave was challenged by his fans to make a slingshot that fires a machete, he couldn’t resist the challenge.