Russian stuntman flies through Mercedes minibus going 50mph

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Russian stuntman flies all the way through a Mercedes minibus going 50mph before crashing to earth in daredevil video

  • Daredevil Evgeny Chebotarev flies through 23ft long minibus in new stunt 
  • He hurtled through the 23ft-long minibus before landing on the hard road
  • He clipped his foot on the rim of the open windscreen but was uninjured


A Russian stuntman has returned just four months after breaking his spine to fly through a minibus at 50mph in a highly dangerous new stunt.

The jaw-dropping shows daredevil Evgeny Chebotarev move like a bullet through the Mercedes Sprinter with its front and rear cut open.

The 30-year-old lay perched on a wooden frame which the minibus rammed – sending him flying through the moving vehicle.

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The jaw-dropping shows daredevil Evgeny Chebotarev move like a bullet through the Mercedes Sprinter with its front and rear cut open

The jaw-dropping shows daredevil Evgeny Chebotarev move like a bullet through the Mercedes Sprinter with its front and rear cut open

Passengers are sitting inside – one of them calmly reading a book.

‘I didn’t even notice how he flew by,’ said one.

Chebotarev – who broke his spine in September in a 131ft jump in a BMW over a river – said of his latest escapade that it was ‘the first flight in the world through a minibus’.

He hurtled through the 23ft-long minibus before landing on the hard road.

He clipped his foot on the rim of the open windscreen – but was uninjured thanks to wearing motorbike boots, he said.

‘I am sitting here trying to understand – was I Superman or Spiderman?’ he posted.

He got rave reviews from fans.

One said: ‘This is awesome. Welcome back.’

The 30-year-old lay perched on a wooden frame which the minibus rammed - sending him flying through the moving vehicle

The 30-year-old lay perched on a wooden frame which the minibus rammed – sending him flying through the moving vehicle

Chebotarev - who broke his spine in September in a 131ft jump in a BMW over a river - said of his latest escapade that it was 'the first flight in the world through a minibus'

Chebotarev – who broke his spine in September in a 131ft jump in a BMW over a river – said of his latest escapade that it was ‘the first flight in the world through a minibus’

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

‘I will struggle to live a fulfilling life,’ he said in a post from hospital.

But the landscaper-turned-stuntman made a miraculous recovery and said: ‘Yes I broke my spine…but I grew only stronger.’

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

‘I am always on adrenaline, very active and want to be on the move.

‘I train a lot, I do weightlifting in winter and add acrobatics once it gets warmer. ‘Friends always called me a psycho.

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

‘My first stunt was in 2018, to be honest I was really scared, my heart was quite literally jumping from my heart.

‘But once the stunt was done, I felt such strong emotions. My pulse races before each trick, I love this feeling.

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