Chinese man disgusts crowds by pulling 1.6-ton car with eye sockets
Posted by Xeno on May 2, 2012
Yang Guanghe has a history of pulling heavy objects with his eye sockets and eyelids, but this time the stuntman took his body to the limit.
The man from Anshun, in the Guizhou Province of China, revealed that his task was painful to begin with, but that he became used to the discomfort.
He told local newspapers that he undertook the bizarre stunt in a bid to test the limit of the weakest link in the human body.
Mr Guanghe has a repertoire of 30 tricks that test his body’s endurance and he is not content with performing them one at a time.
During one performance in 2010 he put four lit light bulbs on a table before placing a board on top with two sharp knives on it, blades pointing up of course.
He then stood on the sharpened blades with his bare feet, attached two hooks to his lower eyelids from which he hung two buckets of water, before rounding off his routine by playing the flute in the precarious position.
Another of his favourite tricks, which he used to train to pull the car, was to pull a tricycle with three fully-grown adults balanced on it.