He makes Marty McFly look like Marty McWalk and skateboarders look like gravity slaves. Want to see a man fly, a world-record be broken, and an inappropriately emotional score be laid over it? Look no further than this video-gone-viral from the hippest really old global institution based improbably off a porter manufacturer, the Guinness Book of World Records.
The now imminently layable Catalin Alexandru Duru superseded the previous hoverboard flight record, increasing it 551% from a lame 164 feet to a whopping but still not really practical for travel 905 feet, when he floated across a Quebec lake last month on a self-made hoverboard. Check it out and feel inferior about your recent accomplishments.