Russian stuntman flies through Mercedes minibus at 80 km/h

Russian stuntman flies all the way through a Mercedes minibus traveling at 80km/h before crashing to Earth in daring video

  • Daredevil Evgeny Chebotarev flies through 23ft minibus in new stunt
  • It hurtled through the 23-foot-long minibus before landing on the hard road
  • He clamped his foot on the edge of the open windshield, but was unharmed










A Russian stuntman has returned just four months after breaking his spine to fly 80km/h through a minibus in a very dangerous new stunt.

The breathtaking shows daredevil Evgeny Chebotarev move like a bullet through the Mercedes Sprinter with its front and back cut open.

The 30-year-old lay on a wooden frame that was rammed by the minibus, sending him flying through the moving vehicle.

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The breathtaking shows daredevil Evgeny Chebotarev move like a bullet through the Mercedes Sprinter with its front and back cut open

Passengers are inside – one of them is quietly reading a book.

“I didn’t even notice how it flew by,” said one.

Chebotarev – who broke his spine in September jumping 100 feet in a BMW across a river – said of his latest escapade that it was “the world’s first minibus flight.”

He hurtled through the 23-foot-long minibus before hitting the hard road.

He clamped his foot on the edge of the open windshield but was unharmed thanks to wearing motorcycle boots, he said.

“I’m sitting here trying to understand – was I Superman or Spiderman?” he posted.

He received rave reviews from fans.

One said, ‘This is great. Welcome back.’

The 30-year-old lay on a wooden frame that was rammed by the minibus, causing him to fly through the moving vehicle

The 30-year-old lay on a wooden frame that was rammed by the minibus, causing him to fly through the moving vehicle

Chebotarev - who broke his spine in September jumping 100 feet in a BMW across a river - said of his latest escapade that it was

Chebotarev – who broke his spine in September jumping 100 feet in a BMW across a river – said of his latest escapade that it was “the world’s first minibus flight.”

In September, he feared he had suffered life-changing injuries when he successfully flew over a river in a BMW 5 E34 but made a hard landing.

“I will struggle to live a fulfilling life,” he said in a post from the hospital.

But the landscape architect turned stuntman made a miraculous recovery and said, “Yeah, I broke my spine…but I just got stronger.”

He told his fans: ‘I started with parkour and acrobatics.

“I’m always on adrenaline, very active and want to be on the move.

‘I train a lot, I lift weights in the winter and do acrobatics when it gets warmer. “Friends always called me a psychopath.

‘As far as I can remember, I’ve always liked extremes.

“My first stunt was in 2018, to be honest I was really scared, my heart literally jumped out of my heart.

“But once the stunt was done, I felt such strong emotions. My heart beats for every trick, I love this feeling.

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