Parkour star defies gravity to bounce against the walls like a video game character before he climbs over a ledge
- Jesse Turner, from Gold Coast, Australia, scales marble wall during his fifth attempt
- The wall in Brisbane, Queensland, took Jesse days to control and reach the top
- Followers on Instagram compared Jesse with player Mario and Jackie Chan
- Jesse also works as a stuntman and played in Suicide Squad and Unbroken
A parkour star defines a wall more than double its length, so fans compare it to the character Mario in the video game.
Jesse Turner, from Gold Coast, Australia, is a parkour professional, free-runner and stuntman.
The first attempt shows that Jesse, late 20, launches himself on the marble wall in Brisbane, Queensland, but he falls down after losing his grip on the smooth surface.
After cleaning his trainers in a sling, Jesse tries again and borders six times between the walls.
In a third attempt, Jesse reaches the top, but slides along the wall and rolls on the ground in frustration.
After a fourth failed attempt, the camera turns to security guards who are surprised by Jesse's desire to overcome the seemingly impossible task.
In the last quest, Jesse jumps between the walls six times before he grasps the ledge.
Jesse Turner from Gold Coast, Australia, scales the marble wall in Brisbane, Queensland, as part of a Parkour challenge. He jumps between the marble walls and tries to grab onto the smooth surface
Game Character Mario performs a wall jump as illustrated in a Super Mario Sunshine guide that Jesse & # 39; s Instagram followers compared him to
Jesse emerges from the ledge and raises his hands in surprise as he celebrates his parkour challenge.
Jesse posted the clip to his 33.8k followers on Instagram with the caption: & # 39; Failure is a step closer to success. & # 39;
In the comments on the clip, followers compared the images with a scene from a Jackie Chan movie and the character Mario, known for his talent for climbing walls, from the Super Mario video game series.
Jesse posted the full video on YouTube to show how the challenge took him days with the caption: & # 39; Never give up !! & # 39;
Jesse borders on the wall (left) and extends his arms to grab the surface. He pushes himself off the wall (right) and tries not to fall
Jesse poses for sportswear brand Asics Australia. He also works as a stuntman and has played in films such as The Wolverine, Suicide Squad and Unbroken
Jesse grabs the ledge at the top of the wall on his fifth attempt at the challenge (left). The stuntman then appears from the ledge (right) and is overwhelmed by how he managed to climb the seemingly impossible wall
Jesse also works as a stuntman and has worked on films such as Suicide Squad, The Wolverine and Unbroken.
Jesse places a number of nail biting tasks on Instagram while completing Parkour challenges.
A video shows that Jesse jumps out of a wall over a series of steps before he does a forward flip on the floor.
Other clips show that Jesse is turning over a moving truck and is floating down some handrails.
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