Indestructible: Man is hit with 30,000 volts of electricity, falls 100ft to the ground and STILL manages to walk away

Indestructible: Man is hit with 30,000 volts of electricity, falls 100ft to the ground and STILL manages to walk away 

electricity:This is the horrifying moment a man was thrown into the air 100ft above the ground after he was electrocuted by a high voltage power line.

The man had a miraculous escape after he was hit with more than 30,000 volts when the climbed the electricity pylon.

Footage of the shocking incident shows a bright orange flash of light near the top of a pylon before a man’s body begins hurtling towards the ground.

Footage of the incident shows a bright orange flash of light, while two loud bangs can be heard

Two loud bangs can also be heard before the man starts tumbling through the air.

Despite falling more than 100ft to the ground, he managed to walk away and appeared to be relatively unscathed.

Footage of the man after his dramatic fall shows him in shock and struggling to catch his breath, but conscious and with no broken bones.

Shocked onlookers watch as he falls towards the ground

However, the electric shock has left him with severe burns with his skin peeling from his body.

It is unclear exactly where the video was filmed, but it has gone viral since being posted yesterday, and has already been viewed almost 30,000 times.

Commenting on the footage Saeed-George Hourani wrote: ‘It’s like a Tom and Jerry cartoon!’

And Evan Yourkvitch said: ‘I wanna know where he landed tho!! I wish they got a shot of that. S*** is unbelievable.’

Some of those commenting on the video online have also suggested that the man in the second part of the footage is not the same person who fell from the pylon as it would not be possible to walk away from such a fall, but MailOnline has been unable to verify whether or not this is the case.

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