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Wingsuit pilot does ultimate "high five"

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A wingsuit pilot has completed what's being claimed as the world's first air-to-ground "high five" in France.

Nathan Jones jumped off a cliff in Chamonix dressed in a wingsuit and managed to "high five" a hand shaped piece of material being held up on a stick.

Wingsuit flying is an extreme sport that can be very dangerous. The pilots wear special suits which allow them to fly like birds, before they deploy their parachute to land.

The stunt was carried out to raise awareness of a charity, which raises money for clean water in Africa.