Grand Theft Auto Online and the Impossible Catch [VIDEO]

By Luke Caulfield , Updated Feb 07, 2014 03:25 AM EST

Here's a law of gaming. Make intricate, inane, and complicated stunts a regular part of a game, add online capability, and inevitably, without fail, gamers will come up with something infinitely more complex, and at some point, be it in 3 hours or 3 months, they WILL pull it off. Like many others in the series, Grand Theft Auto V features a number of difficult-to-pull-off stunt jumps. But, evidently, these jumps, some of which require massive hand eye coordination down hairpin turns, just wasn't enough for some.

Now, if you came here for the baby, you should've known better, and all this author was trying to do was shoehorn in a God awful reference to a 1987 movie little to no one actually remembers this side of Steve Guttenberg. Now, if I still have your attention, excellent, because you're about to bear witness to one excellent piece of footage courtesy of a fan made challenge spewed forth from the question, "Is it possible to...?"

The space occupied by the ellipses is meant to take the space of whatever possibility is possible within the confines of Grand Theft Auto Online that's been keeping you up into all hours of the wee morning. For example, can I drive a car up that quarter pipe ramp just outside of Los Santos International Airport, and launch high enough for a cargo plane to catch me before I plummet to an untimely, violent, flaming demise?

And yes, as you'll see, it's quite possible. See for yourself below.

I've never heard someone squeal "I'm in!" with such joy since -- insert your friend's mother joke HERE.

This dastardly deed is the latest to come from GTAMissions, and they just love any and everything GTA related. I highly recommend the channel if you're looking for a quick recap on anything from PlayStation 2's Grand Theft Auto III and on. 

So for all of you stunters out there, raise a controller and cheers to these cats. 

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