Bear Grylls' rarely seen son Jesse, 18, shocks his dad as he does parachute jump with hooks pierced through his SKIN

BEAR Grylls' 18-year-old son has shocked his dad and fans by doing a parachute jump – with the hooks pierced into his skin.

The stomach churning stunt, which makes his dad’s work look tame, saw the teen clenching his fists as the hooks were put in his back before he took the leap.


Amazingly, the hooks don’t rip out of his skin as he falls through the sky and lands safely.

His dad made his feelings very clear about the sickening stunt, warning him: “You smashed it! But never again. 

“Now you’re world record holder for youngest ever skin parachute jump, just enjoy it. No more!”

Concerned TV presenter Beverly Turner commented:  “Oh how does your wonderful mother sleep at night?”

Bear and his wife Shara are also parents to son Marmaduke, 15, and Huckleberry, 12. 

Jesse clearly takes after his dad and likes to push himself out of his comfort  zone.

He regularly takes part in base jump, and his dad admits he can’t stop him. 

Bear previouslyshared a video of him jumping off a cliff in the Italian Dolomites and wrote:  "Jesse is now 18 and his own man, ready for life… He is kind, humble, hard working, original and I can’t stop him jumping off stuff.

"This is his first big wall base jump. Under canopy by ten seconds or it’s toast. As we say, “Pull high don’t die”."



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