If It Weren't Caught on Camera No One Would Believe It
If It Weren't Caught on Camera, No One Would Believe It
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If It Weren't Caught on Camera, No One Would Believe It Have you ever seen something unbelievable that no one believed was true? We bet that you regretted not taking a photo to prove it. Or maybe a friend of yours describes a certain scenario or accident and you really can’t be able to picture all that in your head thus calling him or her bluff??? The only thing that will help you believe what your friend is telling you is if they had proof of it on the phone or camera. Well, today we take a look at some absurd scenarios that were captured on video!!! Let’s just say that if they weren’t caught on camera, no one including you, would have believed it! 10. Top Gear Crush
Presenter Kim Jin Pyo took the drag strip to pit a Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 against a vintage Bell AH1 Cobra attack helicopter, during the shooting of a 2014 episode of Top Gear Korea. It was an unusual stunt for Top Gear since they’ve been trying to match fast cars against flying machines over the years. But this one was ending with something of a surprise. The footage shows the Corvette defeating the exmilitary AH1 Cobra over the finish line. All seems to go well until the helicopter banks hard to the right, before spiraling into the ground. "Top Gear," which is known for its intense autoracing challenges including a 1986 Mini racing a skier down a slope and checking whether a 747 jet would blow a vehicle over, is broadcast in more than 170 countries around the world, including four regional versions. Although the crash appears risky and happens close to the show's crew, the video description reads, "This was an incident that was caught on camera during filming for Top Gear Korea. Luckily no one was seriously injured." **Segway** The Corvette ZR1 that featured in the footage has a handmade LS9 638horsepower supercharged V8 motor and is tested in 3.4 seconds at 0 to 60 mph 9. Base Jumping Goes Wrong
For those afraid of heights look away. By definition, parachuting is risky. Some states allow skydivers to fill a living will before they drop out of a perfectly good aircraft. For others, skydiving isn't a thrill enough. Those extreme few seek even higher levels of danger by taking part in jumping from B.A.S.E. The name itself is an acronym for the four kinds of places you can jump from: Buildings, Antenna, Structures, and Earth Base jumping went horribly wrong for Richard Henriksen as he tried to hang off a gymnastics bar over a cliff. Richard Henriksen attempted to make his jump while dangling from a high bar next to a cliff but the bar broke when he tried to add an acrobatic twist to a basejumping attempt. He was thrown off a cliff when he twirled as the bar snapped. The stunt was being filmed for a Norwegian TV show called "Natural Madness" and host Are Sende Osen confessed that he thought Henriksen was a goner. Miraculously, Henriksen survived the fall, and in the nick of time, he opened his chute. However, he narrowly missed hitting his head on the side of the cliff, and the bar he was swinging on nearly fell on him too. Considering his close shave, Henriksen didn't realize the seriousness of his neargrave scenario until he and his five children watched the footage of his fall. 8. Drone almost hits skier
In 2015, the defending World Cup champion, Marcel Hirscher, had a lucky escape after narrowly avoiding being hit by a falling drone. The 26yearold, who won silver in the slalom at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, was on his second run in a slalom World Cup race at Madonna di Campiglio in Italy when a remotecontrolled drone with a mounted camera slammed into the piste inches behind him. However, he saw a funnier side of the incident later that day, writing on his Instagram page that there was "heavy air traffic in Italy." Had he been a little bit slow, it could have been a nasty accident. Despite the close miss, he finished second, 1.25 seconds behind Henrik Kristoffersen of Norway. 7. Surfer Attacked by Shark
Despite winning three world surfing titles, Mick Fanning felt it wasn’t enough and decided to build up his own legend in 2015 as he fought off a shark attack in the middle of a South African competition!!! When the shark struck, the Australian was a finalist in the JBay Open, and the incident was captured on television. As Fanning was waiting for his first wave of the final, behind him a fin appeared. At the last moment, Fanning noticed the animal and paddled away but was dragged off his board very soon. A wave then hid Fanning as he struggled to escape as the commentators, obviously shocked, tried to explain what was happening.