It's only appropriate to end this post with an explosion of some kind. For once moving away from rebuilt bikes and high speeds, Furze earned his second confirmed Guinness World Record for building the world's largest bonfire in 2006.
There was only one appropriate way to light it: with a rocket, lit by a blowtorch. The video starts off in green night vision, but once the fire is lit, it's no longer necessary. The plaque from Guinness is to the point:
The largest bonfire had an overall volume of 1401.6m3 (49,497ft³). The bonfire was built by Colin Furze (UK) in Thistleton, Leicestershire, UK, and lit on 14 October 2006.
Just because there are only six stunts listed here, don't assume that it's all Furze has done: He has plenty more to make your mother cringe on his YouTube channel. By my guess, though, it's only a matter of time before someone gives him his own television show, where he can show off even more of his exploits, which he calls "a cross between top gear scrapheap challenge jackass and my brain."
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