This is can't-miss thrill-seeking -- as in, the thrill-seeker better not miss.
In a new YouTube video, wingsuit-wearing Uli Emanuele jumps off a mountain and flies through a 2-meter-wide hole in a rock formation in Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland. A pencil probably has a better chance of passing through a doughnut hole, and a lot less to lose.
Emanuele trained for more than three years to complete the stunt, according to the video description.
On his Facebook page, Emanuele describes himself as a "Base Jumper Wingsuit Pilot" who focuses on "places never jumped before and searching for new terrain flight lines."
The video has been viewed millions of times since it was posted last week, but each viewing doesn't make it seem any less dangerous.
H/T Laughing Squid