Jump right in, the leaves are fine

Mike Krumboltz

Clearly subscribing to the belief that more leaves equals more fun, a group of autumn enthusiasts assembled what must be one of the largest single pile of leaves. And for what purpose? Why, to jump into it from a roof, of course.

A group of guys gathered leaves from every corner of Utah. All told, they used nearly 1,500 bags of leaves to create a pile that (at its peak) reached 17 feet high.

This is clearly one of those "do not try this at home" clips. So, really. Don't try this at home (or anywhere else for that matter). But do take a look. Who needs video games when you've got a bazillion leaves?