Clearly, walking on water isn’t enough of a challenge for mind-blowing magician Dynamo.
The master of levitation has done the seemingly impossible again… this time by walking on air while holding the side of the upper deck of a bus.
Dynamo pulled off his latest stunt today as the number 543 bus, seemingly with open-mouthed passengers on the top deck, travelled through London.
The 30-year-old TV illusionist looked utterly at ease with only his hand placed on the bus roof to stop him falling into the traffic below.
Shoppers and tourists could barely believe their eyes as he passed alongside the Houses of Parliament before crossing Westminster Bridge.
‘The reaction of the public as I was travelling was incredible. It was great to see so many people taking in the excitement,’ said the Yorkshire-born conjurer.
His act was part of a promotional launch for soft drinks giant Pepsi Max.
The company’s British marketing director Sebastian Micozzi said: ‘I think you could see from the reaction of people on the route what an incredible piece of magic this was.’
The illusionist is probably best known for his documentary show Dynamo: Magician Impossible and for walking on the river Thames in 2011.
Other tricks in his repertoire include transporting a mobile phone into a glass beer bottle and bringing paper butterflies to life.
A new series of Dynamo’s Pepsi Max-sponsored magic show starts on July 11 on Watch with an online premiere airing on July 4.
Here in Belfast we’ve already seen the original illusion by our very own “David Meade”