Surely the internet is such a good place where we find so many amazing videos. From videos that show spine-chilling stunts to the voice that warms our heart then the internet is filled with amazing trending videos which keep changing every single day. No wonder why social media users are so addicted to several social media platforms because who can say no to entertaining videos? Well, the video is currently going crazy viral on the Internet and the stunt that was performed has taken everybody in shock and at the same time, many have raised the man in the video in the comment section of the post. Another stunning video going crazy viral on the Internet is leaving all of its watchers with goosebumps.
Leaving everyone dumbfounded when they saw a French daredevil cross Babilonia Hill and Urca Hill in Rio de Janeiro last Saturday. We have seen so many shocking videos on the Internet which not only leave us amazed but at the same time show how talented people can be with the things they do. In this shocking video, he was seen walking on a bridge of webbing which is known as a slackline. The man named Nathan Paulin was successful in covering a distance of 500 meters. He was at an altitude of 80 meters which is approximately 264 feet tall. It was his very first attempt in Rio de Janeiro and many people gathered in large numbers to watch him. Well, many cheered him on and it was something super stunning to witness for sure. The video has got many viewers who watched them and as Paulin was seen walking without any protective gear, surely it was something super scary to watch.
The scenic views of the beach which was just beneath the bridge and the clear sky were something that was candy to the eyes. Truly the landscape was serving as quite a visual delight, and the Famous Sugar Loaf mountain was also seen in the backdrop. Surely, the scenic views behind the place where the stunt was made on the clip were more appealing. The video clip was initially posted by Sky News and has been trending so much that it has got more than 29,000 views. The lofty heroics were part of the “Les Traceurs” project. Also, in French, “Les Traceurs” means parkour practitioners.
Talking about their motto, the main aim of the project is to raise awareness about environmental issues. Many such stunts were performed in many parts of the world, which also includes the stint at a 670m (0.4 miles) crossing between the Eiffel Tower and Trocadero Square. The stunt of slacklining is almost the same as tight rope walking but the only difference here is the different material is used and the tension is reduced for the stunt to be performed.
A French daredevil crossed between Babilonia Hill and Urca Hill in Rio de Janeiro on a bridge of webbing – known as a slackline.— Sky News (@SkyNews) December 5, 2021
Nathan Paulin's stunt took place at an altitude of 80m (264ft) and covered a total distance of 500m (0.3 miles).https://t.co/ykoGZGdRPI pic.twitter.com/uYNLzvsJfm