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Rob Scheetz launches the marshmallow for the Benjamin Franklin bridge

Incredible moment a man catches a marshmallow in his MOUTH after it is thrown from the 135-foot high Philadelphia bridge

  • Mike & # 39; Marshmallow Man & # 39; Regan stood under the Benjamin Franklin bridge
  • His friend Rob throws a marshallow 135 feet straight into his mouth
  • The two discovered their talent in high school and had practiced on ferris wheel and cranes in advance
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If everyone has a hidden talent, then Mike & # 39; Marshmallow Man & # 39; Regan's capturing marshmallows from extraordinary heights.

This is the incredible moment when the Philadelphia man grabbed a downy treat that fell into his mouth from 135 feet.

The epic challenge was recorded on Ray Street Pier under the Benjamin Franklin suspension bridge of the city.

Rob Scheetz is high on the pedestrian path and launches the marshmallow with just the right amount of power to give Mike the chance to catch him, no hands required.

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& # 39; It is unheard of for someone to do such a thing, people stopped, they were like "what does he do? He gets something from where?" and we did it, and it was just amazing, & Mike said.

& # 39; My friend Rob, he throws marshmallows, cupcakes, any kind of food, and I catch it in my mouth.

Rob Scheetz launches the marshmallow for the Benjamin Franklin bridge

Mike downstairs jumps to catch him

Mike downstairs jumps to catch him

Rob Scheetz is high on the pedestrian path and launches the marshmallow with just the right amount of power to give Mike the chance to catch him, no hands required

The couple started their trick during the first year at Monsignor Bonner High School, where Rob threw candy at Mike, who would catch every piece.

But it was unbelievable the theology teacher of the school, a Mr. Rodgers, who encouraged the duo to take part in the school's talent show.

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& # 39; Rodgers would have a large bag of Skittles in class every day and he would say, "Throw the full bag at him!", Mike told the Philadelphia researcher in 2018.

The stunt quickly escalated from the classroom to shopping malls, and later they were recorded as they threw the treats of cranes and even a ferris wheel.

Mike catches the marshmallow

Mike catches the marshmallow

& # 39; Now we have to think of something bigger, a helicopter, the Empire State Building, who knows, & # 39; Mike said

& # 39; Now we have to think of something bigger, a helicopter, the Empire State Building, who knows, & # 39; Mike said

The couple started their trick during the first year at Monsignor Bonner High School where Rob would throw candy at Mike, who would catch every piece

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Their most impressive challenge to date has been the distant catch from the Benjamin Franklin Bridge, which only took six attempts to make a successful catch.

A policeman called on the spot for reports of people throwing stones off the side of the suspension bridge, they did not believe them when they claimed what they were doing.

& # 39; Now we have to think of something bigger, a helicopter, the Empire State Building, who knows, & # 39; Mike added.

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