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The Tumba Ping Pong Show is bringing out the big guns knives. The group uses some sharp objects to test their ponging (or more like badass) skills. Miss Pong even joins in on the extreme act. For the whole video, click here.
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If you're trying to tell the world about your problems, a church roof is probably not the best place to do it. A 23-year-old woman in Huntingdon, England recently learned that the hard way. As she stood barefoot on the roof of the St. Mary's Church, some 70-feet high, the masonry below her gave way and she fell. Luckily, she didn't fall far and police were able to detain her under the Mental Health Act. We're guessing the next time she wants to voice her problems, she chooses a place a little closer to ground level.
The Tumba Ping Pong Show is about anything but normal pong. That's why it isn't a surprise that Miss Pong makes playing with a paddle look dangerous. The crew throw everything at her, but she's cold as ice. Check out what the RTM crew had to say about her skills by clicking here.
Parkour is one of the more exciting and dangerous hobbies around. These two videos show us the benefits of not participating in such extreme activities. In the first clip, we see a parkour enthusiast having a rough time on the playground despite his aerial acrobatics. In the second video, this parkour participant came prepared, just not for the actual spot of impact. Instead of just landing on the pre-determined padded surface, the man badly slams his leg on a wall. Ouch!
Philadelphia didn't live up to its nickname as a 30-year-old delivery man was shot multiple times by two suspects attempting to rob him. The man underwent surgery at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital and was listed in stable condition. A robbery also took place in Australia where an ax-wielding man entered a store threatening the clerk and demanding money. The faces of each suspect can be seen on video and police in both cases are seeking assistance in identifying them.
Travis Pastrana is bringing his crazy stunts to a computer near you! The BMX extremist is promoting his "Nitro Circus Live" tour with a web series called "Pastranaland." The show features several stunts and fails, including a naked Pastrana doing backflips off a ramp.
For Thayer Healey, a BASE jump in Utah proved to be a massive fail. The jumper's parachute completely let him down and he paid the price. In fact, he suffered several broken bones, stitches and bruises on his way down to the ground. At least he has this awesome POV video for his troubles, right? Click here for the RTM crew's thoughts on this scary fall.
These videos prove that extreme sports and nature don't always mix. In the first fail, a female longboarder in Colorado took on heavy speed and ended up making acquaintances with a cow's ass. In the second clip, we learn that a BMX rider's nuts will obviously never forgive him after this fail on a front flip tuck no-hander down a hill. His junk has definitely had better days.
A BASE jumping attempt in Utah went terribly wrong in November. Thayer Healey suffered a massive fall, some broken bones, and dozens of stitches when his parachute opened awkwardly as he made his way down a cliff. His trip to the ground was met with several violent encounters with the cliff and he literally fell to the street below. He is currently healing from his injuries and is expected to make a full recovery. Healey's consolation prize for the failed jump is a pretty badass video. For the entire video, click here.
This isn't your normal bounce house routine. This group of Estonian high jumpers take risks for the fun of the jump. Dropping from dozens of feet in the air can be scary, but not to these folks. Geronimo!
Some of us have trouble staying smooth, especially if we are really hairy. This video shows probably the riskiest and most dangerous way to rid yourself of hair. Please don't try this at home.
These videos show why flying is harder than it looks. Whether it's hang gliding or paragliding, getting off the ground is the tricky part. For these two amateur airmen, land may be a better source of travel.