Nobody was hurt.... nobody was put at risk... nobody ended up in trouble... the person who did it revealed how he performed the illusion...
Aw, you were doing so well until you added that last one.
So when exactly did he reveal how he did it? Sometime after
his video was pulled, and with police sirens getting louder & louder?
Yeah, really impressive.
When I saw a magician on TV perform the 'cut a lady in half' trick years ago, I somehow realised that taking the saw from my dad's box of tools and cutting my little sister in half would be a bad idea - even though I was 7 at the time
Magicians' acts come with the clear understanding that it is a trick. Is this Tik Tok guy known for performing "tricks" that aren't for real, or for doing crazy things in crazy places?
The comparison breaks down right there.
Speaking of humor; the thread title puzzled me, and I got as far as looking up LAV to see where this event happened. Apparently it's Lalomalava, Western Samoa.
The nearest airport only has a short runway and is served by Samoa Airways Twin Hotter.
(yes, all of that is actually true - well nearly
all of it)https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maota_Airport
Nothing to see here; move along please.