Flying Dynamo struck his British stunt

Flying Dynamo struck his British stunt

London residents have witnessed an incredible spectacle, worthy of any science fiction movie - magician Steven Frayne hovered near the roof of double-decker bus.

Flying Dynamo struck his British stunt

On Monday, June 24 th magician Steven Frayne, better known under the pseudonym Dynamo (Dynamo), showed the British new trick that made the witnesses breathless. 30-year-old actor to drive past the major sights of London, but not in the double-decker cabin - levitating illusionist, ie steamed with no apparent support near the roof of the vehicle.

Flying Dynamo struck his British stunt

A smiling Dynamo, whose hand barely supported by the housing double-decker "flying" past the Palace of Westminster, and then crossed Westminster Bridge. Along the way a magician, a vehicle accompanied by a police escort, to clear the way of other cars.

Flying Dynamo struck his British stunt

People who are in the bus, tirelessly photographed hovering over Stephen glass, trying to capture a unique focus in detail. The most common question that illusionist received by passengers, was: "Where are the wires that hold the body?"

Flying Dynamo struck his British stunt