An Australian weatherman reporting live aboard a stunt plane produced hysterical faces and interrupted speech as he was tossed about while stunt fighter pilot Matt Hall performed a few maneuvers. That was funny in itself, but when Grant Denyer said that he’s always wanted to feel eight G-Forces, the pilot obliged and, well, have you ever seen a weatherman asleep on the job? Note: Nobody was harmed in the making of this funny video. Enjoy:
As you can see, Denyer didn’t last very long, passing out as Hall pushed the plane to eight Gs during the live broadcast via satellite hook-up on “Sunrise On 7.”
“I had no idea I passed out,” Denyer told the Herald Sun. “But I was out for about six or seven seconds.”
The camera also passed out as it failed working due to the gravitational force.
“It was a bit spooky, watching it back,” Denyer said. “Poor Mel didn’t know whether I was dead or what was going on.”
That would be Melissa Doyle, the co-host of “Sunrise on 7,” who said at the end of the segment, “It looked like he blacked out for a second. OK. Better you than me.”