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.
Watch the video below to see Weston breezily wave to the crowd from his perch. And then start plotting how you could possibly outdo this for your 90th. Or any birthday for that matter.
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