(CNN) - A weatherman in Australia was looking for adventure but got more than he bargained for during a live broadcast. He passed out.
Grant Denyer was with a stunt pilot Tuesday morning when he decided he wanted to see what eight Gs felt like.
A typical person can handle a gravitational force of five and most pilots do nine.
Denyer didn't make it. He went out like a light.
Denyer tells local media he had no idea he lost consciousness and says he was out for about six or seven seconds.
Maybe he shouldn't feel too bad. The camera equipment conked out too.
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