You Guys! Leonardo DiCaprio Can Fly!

It's a bird... it's a plane... it's... Leonardo DiCaprio on a Flyboard!

Leonardo dicaprio May 2013

Or perhaps more accurately, Leonardo DiCaprio can Flyboard.

The Great Gatsby star was snapped off the coast of Ibiza, Spain, riding—driving? What exactly does one do to a Flyboard?—this crazy contraption on Wednesday. He’s currently on vacation with his new girlfriend, Victoria’s Secret model Toni Garrn, and apparently he is also undergoing training to become the next Iron Man while he’s at it. Check it out here.

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 Made by French jet ski champion Franky Zapata’s company, Zapata Racing, the Flyboard is essentially a wakeboard that happens to be powered by turbines and water jets; the resulting device sends its users soaring majestically through the air just like Leo is doing here. They’re RIDONCULOUSLY expensive—the $6,600 price tag would pay my rent for over six months—but even though Leo could probably afford one of his own, our guess is that he rented it out for his Oceanside excursion. According to the NY Daily News, he spent the part of the day during which he WASN’T airborn lounging on a yacht with Toni and a handful of other friends. Just, y’know, like you do.

Tell us: Would you give Flyboarding a try?

Lucia Peters is BettyConfidential’s senior editor.


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3 thoughts on “You Guys! Leonardo DiCaprio Can Fly!

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  2. Lads Holiday says:

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