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Wedded Couple Levitating Off the Side of a Double-Decker Steals the Show in China

Dynamo is the name of a famous illusionist from London. He’s the guy you want to think of when looking at these pictures. Whether or not they stole his secret, we don’t know, but the following couple must have learned about the British magician’s 2013 gig, when he was doing the same thing.
Wedded Couple Levitating Off the Side of a Double-Decker Steals the Show in China 6 photos
Wedded Couple Levitating off the Side of a Double-Decker Steals the Show in ChinaWedded Couple Levitating off the Side of a Double-Decker Steals the Show in ChinaWedded Couple Levitating off the Side of a Double-Decker Steals the Show in ChinaWedded Couple Levitating off the Side of a Double-Decker Steals the Show in ChinaWedded Couple Levitating off the Side of a Double-Decker Steals the Show in China
Dynamo’s little stunt for Pepsi Max has resulted in a widespread feedback on YouTube with several followers doing their version of the illusion, so we can only assume the word has spread all the way to China. For those who forgot, we’ll remind you the British magician was levitating off the side of a London double-decker, one of the most famous symbols of UK’s capital city.

This time around, the action takes us to Zhengzhou, in Central China’s Henan province. Fellow traffic motorists were offered quite the view when a “floating wedding” unleashed in front of their eyes all of a sudden, on Thursday. A woman dressed in a bride gown took the Juliet pose sitting outside the double-decker, while Romeo would just levitate off the side of it, right next to her.

Levitating on a hoverboard would have made for a better scenario, considering all these Back To The Future stories going on lately. But since Lexus’ contraption only works in certain conditions, it must have been something else that allowed for the young gentleman to pull it off. According to Ecns, the man was able to stand and change poses at ease in a gravity-defying manner, supporting his whole body by placing only one of his hands on the bus window. Kind of cool, right?

Even though it would have been the best proposal in China, the so-called couple later explained that the stunt was part of a performance art show calling for the pursuit of true love instead of money.

Not quite the Romeo and Juliet scene your boo has in mind probably, but it would make for a great surprise, don’t you think?

 
 
 
 
 

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