Teen flips coins without fingers

Yahoo News

When Luca Nathan Vogelsberger was a kid, he discovered he had a unique talent to defeat boredom.

"When I was young I was always able to do funny or weird stuff with my hands and fingers," Vogelsberger explained in an email.

Soon he began entertaining friends and strangers by flipping coins into a glass without using his fingers. Instead, he uses a tendon.

"This coin flip thing is something many people found funny or strange and it's always a good gag in a restaurant," the 18-year-old from Moers, Germany, wrote. And it always seems to "make people smile."

The parlor trick can be seen in the video above. And Vogelsberger, who is hoping to go into marketing management, says he is already working on a follow-up.