'Batman' stunt sets jump record

Gary Connery leaps out of a helicopter to become first man to jump from 700m high without a parachute.

    A British stuntman has leapt out of a helicopter and into the history books - becoming the first man to jump from 700m high without a parachute.

    After waiting for perfect weather conditions, Gary Connery performed his feat at Henley on Thames near London.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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