How'd you celebrate your last birthday? Some beers and some cake? Cool, cool. This 90-year-old man just celebrated his birthday strapped to the wing of a plane. But you keep doing you?
John Weston, a RAF veteran from Leicestershire, England casually celebrated his 90th birthday attached to the upper wing of a 1942 Boeing-Stearman biplane flying 500ft in the air for 15 minutes, the BBC reports. Weston, who was a rear gunner in World War II, did the wing-walk at Wickenby Aerodrome to raise money for the Alzheimer's Society in honor of his deceased wife.
After the flight, when a BBC reporter asked him how it compared to World War II, Weston responded that it was much better, as no one was trying to "shoot him down." Seems reasonable.