A video shows a man in full protective gear standing on a hoverboard like a drone and hovering over a crowded street. He is seen standing quietly on this hoverboard. In the video, many people are also seen recording this great moment on their phone or camera. If you do, such a scene is not common at present. A 10-second video shared on Twitter by a user named Rex Chapman (@RexChapman) was viewed by 8 million people at the time of writing.
Hundreds of interesting things have been seen in the answer to this video. Some called it the Spider-Man movie villain Green Goblin, while others expressed concern about the safety of the stunt.
Green Goblin was portrayed as a villain in the 2002 movie Spider-Man. He used to fly on the same national hoverboard in US cities. ব্যক্তি A person with the name BlueArangel remembers Green Goblin after watching this video. “Green Goblin ???” He re-shared the video with captions.
Another user, BlockbusterPlus, shared an image from a scene from the 2002 film where a green goblin is seen flying.
লোক Steven_C5 A man jokingly warned people with a username. He was pointing to Green Gablin. He said who knows [भविष्य में] Which form will you take?
This has taken the joke to new heights, saying it is a joke until user @ Craigwith_A_ appears in your bedroom window.
It’s all fun and games until you see him in your 2nd story bedroom window in the middle of the night.
– Craig WithKay June 21, 2021
Some more feedback …
The word you hear is that everyone on Twitter rushes to make the same Norman / Harry Osoba joke. And I will not take part in this fight. pic.twitter.com/rU5TADw6mS
– Neil K., Eski. ?????????? (@ Blueberphone_zd) June 21, 2021
Indition magazine discovered this man flying in the air on a hoverboard. The man was identified as Hunter Kwald, who received permission from all relevant authorities to perform the stunt in Times Square. He says he has worked hard for many years to perform this feat safely and accurately. They say it’s a carefully crafted device with lots of protective hardware. He has even installed two motors on this device so that if one motor fails, the other can land him safely.