Fast And Furious-Like Skydiving Car Stunt Ends Successfully Despite Minor Injuries

Unless you’re part of a crew led by a guy named Dominic Toretto, you probably shouldn’t jump out of an airplane while inside a car.

The stunt took place last year, when veteran skydiver Konstantin Petrijcuk and a bunch of his friends headed out to Arizona, where they ended up performing this Fast & Furious-like stunt.

In order to make their experience even more extreme, they decided to ride in the actual car as it’s falling, which as it turns out, was extremely dangerous as the car went on to fall in a completely unpredictable manner.

“It was like riding a roller coaster on an invisible track!” Well, that seems like a pretty good way to illustrate the experience. According to the description of the video, aside from a few close calls, “short term injuries” were also an issue, but eventually everybody made it down alive.

As soon as the car was pushed out of the plane, the person pushing it actually fell awkwardly, scraping the side of the car. To us, that looked like it might have hurt, although with that much adrenaline surging, who knows?

Another dangerous moment was when everybody was ejected from the vehicle, just as it began rolling uncontrollably. In hindsight, it was probably for the best to involuntarily exit the car at that precise moment rather than risk sticking around and pass out due to all that spinning. In any case, as the saying goes, don’t try this at home – unless you have a death wish, that is.

  • Day_Trader


    • LeStori

      Think you are being too polite. Have to wonder if Law Enforcement will be on their trail, unless it is legal to drop cars uncontrollably from the sky where they “live”.

      • europeon

        Uhm… That was over a desert.

        • DMJ

          Is it legal to drop cars from the sky in deserts?

          • Moveon Libtards

            Yup. They had all permits.

            Maybe a little research before you yap might be beneficial.

        • LeStori

          It is not Desert, it is semi arid bush land. There are a lot of farms around this “drop Zone” and there is also a road almost directly under crash site. Calling them Morons is being to polite for these individuals.

      • Moveon Libtards

        It was pre-approved. Car was prepped for the fall. No laws broken.

    • Moveon Libtards

      Funny and you watched it proves they won.

  • Dr Strangefinger

    So many things could have gone horribly wrong with that stunt. They’re Lucky to all be still alive.

    • europeon

      Check 0:27-0:28. The guy in the front seat gets his head caught in the windshield frame.

  • Bo Hanan

    Whoever pushed the car out of the plane almost got smacked by the car.

  • Bash

    Jacka$$ level,, Umm…. i guess there is no level for that….

  • europeon

    I think it’s awesome.

    • Moveon Libtards


    • LeStori

      Well I have called the fools doing this dangerous stunt, morons. So you can guess what you might be… If you watch the video it appears that there is a road directly under the falling car. The area is semi arid bush land with surrounding farmland. Anyone could be in there minding their own business whilst morons drop cars from the sky.

      • europeon

        > Anyone could be in there minding their own business whilst morons drop cars from the sky.

        I hope next time they do it, you’ll be on the road directly under the car. Or better yet, I hope they’ll do it over your house.

      • Moveon Libtards

        Someone need their mommy? Control freak?

        It was all pre-approved and the car was obviously professionally prepped. Go whine and cry your life is not so exciting elsewhere. Obviously they got you to watch.

      • Moveon Libtards


        Lol, you really are an anal loser.

  • Moveon Libtards

    Funny as F-!

    Only the whiny desk jockeys are, well, whining. Noticed they watched the video though.

  • Moveon Libtards


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