Jonathan Goodwin escaped a dead cow by crawling out of its bum.
The 42-year-old former stuntman - who appeared as a semi-finalist on 'Britain's Got Talent' back in 2020 - was once sewn into a dead cow "like a big shoe" but escaped via its anus.
He said: "Houdini was apparently sewn up inside a dead whale and tried to escape. Usually, in the process of getting the idea from your head to reality, you have to make compromises. But the escape from the dead cow was exactly how I imagined. It was perfect. I was basically tied up and put inside it, and they laced it up like a big shoe - with legs. It was a very, very difficult thing to escape from. I couldn’t really breath in there and it was very heavy!"
The TV star - who quit escapology after becoming paralysed back in February 2022 - had filmed the stunt for Channel 4 show 'Seven Stupidest Things to Escape From' but producers were so horrified they refused to air it at all.
Speaking on the Manatomy podcast, he added: "I managed to go... I escaped through its a***, basically. managed to get my hand out of the cow and my dad, who’s an accidental comedy genius, walks over and shakes my hand through the arse of the cow. It was perfect. The thing was I had pitched it to Channel 4 and they were like, ‘Ok, great’. Then when they saw it they went, ‘We can’t put that on television."