The man was flying in the air in America, watching the video, people said 'this is the villain of the Spider-Man film'

The man was flying in the air in America, watching the video, people said ‘this is the villain of the Spider-Man film’

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On June 21, everyone was surprised to see a man flying in the air in Times Square in the American city of New York. This man was flying with a hoverboard. Such hoverboards are becoming increasingly popular, especially among the younger generation. Do you remember Frankie Zapata, who flew over the English Channel on a flyboard in 2019? During this time his hoverboard had achieved a top speed of 177 kmph and he covered 35 km in just 22 minutes. Although this time the person who surprised everyone on Times Square was someone else and his hoverboard was also very different.

In one video, a man in full protective gear is standing on top of a drone-like hoverboard and hovering over the street in a crowded space. He is seen standing calmly in this hoverboard. In the video, many people are also seen recording this beautiful moment in their phones or cameras. Even if you do, then such a sight is not common even in today’s time. The 10-second video shared on Twitter by a user named Rex Chapman (@RexChapman) had garnered 8 million views at the time of writing.

Hundreds of funny things were also seen in response to this video. Some called it the villain Green Goblin of the Spider-Man film, while some expressed concern about the safety of this stunt.

The Spider-Man movie released in 2002 featured the Green Goblin as the villain. He used to roam in a similar hoverboard in the US city as well. A person with the username @blurayangel remembered Green Goblin after watching this video. She called the video “Green Goblin???”. Shared again with caption. wrote.

Another user, @BlockbusterPlus, shared a picture from a scene from the 2002 film, in which the green ghost can be seen flying by.

A guy with the username @Steven_C5 jokingly warned people. He was pointing to the Green Goblin. He said who knows [भविष्य में] What form do you take?

User @KraigWith_A_K ​​took the joke to new heights by saying it’s a joke until it shows up in your bedroom window.

Some more responses…

Inside Edition Magazine found this man soaring through the air on a hoverboard. The name of this man is Hunter Kowald, who got permission from all the relevant authorities to perform this stunt in Times Square. He says that he has worked hard for many years to accomplish this feat in a safe and accurate manner. They say it is a very carefully made device, with lots of protective hardware added. They have also installed two motors in this device, so that if one motor fails, the other can land safely.

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