Utah native Stuart Edgington decided to have some fun in the snow at Rock Canyon Park in Provo but without the use of a snowboard or sled.
Instead, he wrapped himself up in saran wrap and took a ride down the snowy slopes with the plastic protection helping him slide all the way down.
He was able to convince his friends to don the slimy outwear and join him in the adventure and posted a YouTube video of the wintery sport on Friday. In total 1,400 square feet of the plastic wrap was used for the exercise.
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Utah native Stuart Edgington decided to have some fun in the snow at Rock Canyon Park in Provo
After trying it out for himself, Stuart wrapped up his friends to give it a go
Several brave souls decided to give it a go
A pair of snow revelers bundled up to take the slopes together
‘We want to see how many random things we can gather up and take down a hill and see if we don’t die,’ Edgington said in the introduction of the footage.
Though the viral video primarily showed clips of people sledding wrapped in the clingy covering, there were also clips of people crowded onto a sofa that descended a snowy hill and people using various types of boogie boards as sleds.
Shots of the sledders were compiled in the three minute video, set to the hip hop tune, Place To Be by Can’t Stop Won’t Stop (feat. Eyes Lips Eyes).
‘Overall we had four injuries while making this video. No one died so the video was a success!’ the filmmaker announced on his YouTube page about the brave souls who participated in the stunt.
The 23-year-old said that ‘people were a little nervous at first, but after seeing how much fun it was, everyone was excited.’
‘I think the thought of being in a potential viral video helped convince them,’ he added. The video was uploaded early on Friday and has already garnered over 3,000 views.
‘Overall I am very pleased with how it turned out. It was a ton of fun to make, and I don’t get sick of watching it!’ he added.
A group opted to try it as a team
This man decided to wear a helmet as he descended the slope
Onlookers enjoyed the show as the sledders took the plunge
Attribution: Mail Online