The Slow Motion Pranksters

Two pranksters have become internet sensations after creating amazing slow-motion videos of themselves playing playground tricks in their own back garden. Best mates Gavin Free and Dan Gruchy filmed themselves chucking footballs at each other, bursting water balloons and even shooting eggs. But using state-of-the-art high speed cameras, they slow the films down to 100 times slower than real life � producing astonishing results.

Two pranksters have become internet sensations after creating amazing slow-motion videos of themselves playing playground tricks in their own back garden. Best mates Gavin Free and Dan Gruchy filmed themselves chucking footballs at each other, bursting water balloons and even shooting eggs. But using state-of-the-art high speed cameras, they slow the films down to 100 times slower than real life � producing astonishing results.

Two pranksters have become internet sensations after creating amazing slow-motion videos of themselves playing playground tricks in their own back garden. Best mates Gavin Free and Dan Gruchy filmed themselves chucking footballs at each other, bursting water balloons and even shooting eggs. But using state-of-the-art high speed cameras, they slow the films down to 100 times slower than real life � producing astonishing results.

Two pranksters have become internet sensations after creating amazing slow-motion videos of themselves playing playground tricks in their own back garden. Best mates Gavin Free and Dan Gruchy filmed themselves chucking footballs at each other, bursting water balloons and even shooting eggs. But using state-of-the-art high speed cameras, they slow the films down to 100 times slower than real life � producing astonishing results.

Two pranksters have become internet sensations after creating amazing slow-motion videos of themselves playing playground tricks in their own back garden. Best mates Gavin Free and Dan Gruchy filmed themselves chucking footballs at each other, bursting water balloons and even shooting eggs. But using state-of-the-art high speed cameras, they slow the films down to 100 times slower than real life � producing astonishing results.