Incredible footage captures moment Alberta daredevil plunges down a 40ft waterfall

  • Chris Mezai, 33, dived from waterfall's edge at Alberta's Lundbreck Falls
  • The action was recorded by Mezai's friend Colin Ross at a safe distance
  • Local police say jump it is not illegal to jump as there are no warning signs 

This is the heart-in-mouth moment a man jumped 40ft down into a waterfall.

Taking place at Alberta's Lundbreck Falls in Canada, the footage shows Chris Mezai, 33, taking the daredevil plunge, captured on camera by his friend Colin Ross.

A shirtless Mezai climbs over a small wire fence and makes his way to the waterfall's edge.

Chris Mezai makes his running start ahead of his daredevil plunge down a 40ft waterfall

Chris Mezai makes his running start ahead of his daredevil plunge down a 40ft waterfall

The heart-in-mouth footage was caught on camera by Mezai's friend Colin Ross, from a safer point

The heart-in-mouth footage was caught on camera by Mezai's friend Colin Ross, from a safer point

This image shows Mezai's entry point as he hits the water at Alberta's Lundbreck Falls in Canada

This image shows Mezai's entry point as he hits the water at Alberta's Lundbreck Falls in Canada

As Mezai heads towards the gushing water, Ross says to the camera: 'It's going to be one of the craziest dives you've ever seen in your life.

'This guy is going to jump right off into the falls.'

The video then shows Mezai survey the waterfall as he prepares to take on the terrifying stunt.

He then appears to take off his footwear as Ross adds: 'If I've got to bail in and drag him out, my day is going to get real s****.

'This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to watch this.'

Ahead of the daredevil plunge, Mezai was captured surveying the extent of the challenge ahead of him

Ahead of the daredevil plunge, Mezai was captured surveying the extent of the challenge ahead of him

The police have said that the jump was not illegal as there are no signs forbidding the action

The police have said that the jump was not illegal as there are no signs forbidding the action

Other people watching on are heard saying 'no way,' as Mezai inches closer to the drop.

After a shout of 'whenever you're ready, man,' from Ross, Mezai sprintsto the cliff edge and jumps.

Exclamations of disbelief are heard from those watching on, and thankfully Mezai emerges from the water and swims to some rocks.

'Good job, that was nuts, I can't believe he just did that,' shouts Ross. 

As Mezai plunges into the waters, onlookers can be heard exclaiming their disbelief at the actions

As Mezai plunges into the waters, onlookers can be heard exclaiming their disbelief at the actions

If you look closely, you can just see Mezai poking his head out of the water at the Canadian waterfall

If you look closely, you can just see Mezai poking his head out of the water at the Canadian waterfall

'That is crazy, you're crazy.'

The video was shared on YouTube by Ross, with the description reading: 'Living the life no limits. 

'Once in a life time opportunity to see someone do this. Living life Canadian style glacier cold water.'

The jump is not illegal as there is no warning sign, according to CBC News.

'Locals say it's dangerous because the rocks are hidden,' constable Sean McKenna told the Canadian news site. 

'If you take a shorter jump you could hit rocks, plus the undertow is strong.' 

Mezai swims away unharmed after the terrifying stunt which was filmed by his friend Ross

Mezai swims away unharmed after the terrifying stunt which was filmed by his friend Ross

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