A group of fun-loving stuntmen have claimed a bizarre new world record - for the biggest ever 'waterblob' catapult.
Brigham Dallas designed the water-based trampoline, which launched one of friends 82ft into the air - the highest distance ever recorded.
He recruited two pals to jump from a base-jumping spot at Twin Falls, Idaho, where the giant device was waiting below.
The 'waterblob' had a target at one end for the jumpers to aim at, and a cushion at the other where another person sat.
Once the jumpers landed on the target, the displaced air powered the man into the air, before he lands (rather painfully) in the water.
The catapult stunt has been declared the highest 'waterblob' ever accomplished, beating a group of Swedes who held the previous record at 67ft.
Organiser John Garrett, who runs a stunt organisation for charity, said: 'I’ve done a lot of crazy things, but this was by far one of the coolest.'
The group insisted the man who landed sustained only bruising, and that participants had to wear safety equipment before completing the stunt.