- A young man, Cyrus Dobre, conquered gravity as he flew into the sky with a jet suit in the presence of many who surrounded him
- Before taking off, Cyrus wobbled a bit and seconds after went straight above a river as he caused tidal waves on it
- Many Instagram users were inspired by his feat as some asked why the gadget is not available for the public to buy
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An American singer, YouTube personality and gymnast, Cyrus Dobre, has in a video first shared in October 2021 showed how he flew in a jetpack.
On his Instagram page, @cyrusdobre said he made history as he thanked the people at Jetpack aviation for training him to be able to operate the gadget.
Cyrus Dobre was happy
The man said he has become one of the seven people to ever use the gadget. He gave God the glory for the feat.
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As he was about to take off high in the air, a man seemed to be giving him signs on the direction to go.
Watch his video below:
As at the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 37,000 likes with hundreds of comments.
Legit.ng compiled some of them below:
"There’s literally a guy standing there controlling it."
"This reminds me of the 80s cartoons. Star sheriffs."
"This is amazing, why don’t they have these for sale for general public or do they?"
"I wud probably fly just going to the backyard."
"Mi amorrrrrr, so proud of you!!! You can do anything if you put your mind into it!"
"Wow so cool, can’t believe its real history, and not goona lie cyrus been a real inspiration to me a lot."
US Navy considers using jetpack suits
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that technology is not only meeting needs but is fast bridging the gaps between science fiction and reality.
The British Royal Navy and Royal Marines may soon be getting an upgrade that could make their officers ‘superhumans’.
It was gathered that the force tested a jet suit developed by Gravity Industries. The gadget allows individuals wearing it to fly in the air up to 12,000 feet at the speed of 80 mph.
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