Have you ever imagined shooting yourself with a gun and later living to tell the tale? Meet Norwegian physicist Andreas Solberg Walh who carried out an experiment which involved shooting himself underwater.
In a You-Tube video, Andreas could be seen standing underwater in a swimming pool and later shooting himself with a semi-automatic gun to prove that the bullet will not get close enough to hurt him. The video shows everything in extremely slow-motion.
The YouTube descriptor writes, "It's harder to create movement in water than in air, because water molecules are closer together than air molecules."
Here's the video: