Incredible moment professional skydiver shows off his precise skills when he lands perfectly on an inflatable unicorn
A parachutist showed off his excellent precision when he landed and positioned himself perfectly on an inflatable unicorn.
Jan Zackl, from Nottingham, was among a number of adrenaline junkies who attempted the feat during an annual festival at a skydiving center in Langar, Nottinghamshire.
But Jan, a skydiving instructor, was the only one who managed to land directly on the bouncy castle.
Hannah Parker, from Skydive Langar, told us BBC news: ‘It goes very quickly and requires a lot of accuracy.
“It’s safe and it’s just a smoother landing. It was only open to people who had previously completed at least 200 jumps; those were the requirements.”
Parachutist Jan Zackl from Nottingham showed off his excellent precision when he landed perfectly on top of an inflatable unicorn
The video shows Jan coming down at high speed to land in his parachute, but he makes a quick turn to line up right in front of the slip’n’slide.
You can hear him shout, “I’m coming to get you,” before he lands on the unicorn and slides down the tarp.
He then jumped up and celebrated his impressive performance as the crowd cheered and clapped.
He shared the clip on his Facebook page and wrote: ‘Not gonna lie, this feels damn good! Sometimes life just gives you slip’n’slides and unicorns!!!
‘A big shout out to Skydive Langar for being the absolute best!!!’
Many people rushed to the comments to praise Jan for his perfect landing.
One person wrote: ‘Hands down the best thing I’ve seen all day haha.’
Jan was among a number of skydivers who attempted the feat during an annual festival at a skydiving center in Langar, Nottinghamshire.
Jan, skydiving instructor, was the only one who managed to land directly on the bouncy castle
The video shows Jan coming down at high speed to land in his parachute, but he makes a quick turn to stand right in front of the slip’n’slide.
Many people rushed to the comments on Facebook to praise Jan for his perfect landing
Another said: ‘John, you win the internet today.’
While someone else wrote: ‘This just made my day, you are a legend!’
It comes after people were left stunned when a stunt performer recreated the iconic Disney film scene.
Luigi Cani, 52, has released photos of himself recreating the much-loved Up scene in a replica of the colorful Disney house.
In the 2009 film, we see a miserable old man Carl tie a plethora of helium balloons to his house so he can avoid ending up in a retirement home.
Carl also makes the bold move in search of Paradise Falls after the death of his wife Ellie.
Brazilian stunt performer Luigi Cani has recreated the iconic Disney house using plywood and an abundance of helium balloons
As moody Carl ascends into the heavens, he discovers explorer Russell clinging to his porch.
The Brazilian cinematographer managed to recreate the emblematic rainbow-colored house floating through the air by ensuring that the structure was not too heavy.
Along with a series of incredible images of him in the air in the detailed structure, Cani wrote: “Stay home. It’s very dangerous there.’
For this he used plywood and a fair amount of helium balloons.
After reaching his target height, the daring stuntman parachuted from the miniature replica as it soared through the air.
A hot air balloon was later used to retrieve the floating house, decorated with a wealth of helium balloons.