Posted: 11 Jul 2011 08:08 AM PDT
Magician Dynamo, a relatively unknown illusionist, has performed a stunt in front of public by walking on the water across the River Thames. The magician, whose real name is Steve Frayne, made it half way across the stretch of the river in front of the Houses of Parliament in London before he was picked up by what appeared to be a River Police boat.
Stunned onlookers watched from Westminster Bridge as the magician recorded the stunt for his new TV show Dynamo: Magician Impossible.
So, is this real, or just some publicity for his new TV show?
** A comment from dailymail read:"...If you look closely you will notice that water is flowing around it, that can only mean that there might be something supporting him from beneath the surface. Also, if he would be really walking, he would not hold his arms out like that, he looks like he's trying to balance himself. Which, again, suggests something underneath the surface is supporting him. And last, if the river is so fast flowing, how come he stays in a more or less straight line as is suggested in the artikel? If he would really be walking on the water, he would be walking in a oblique line...
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