Some SERIOUS rock and roll: Guys send a boulder tumbling off a Norwegian cliff to see what happens

Incredible footage shows a group of men shunting a huge boulder off a cliff and into the sea.

The seven-strong gang wedged towering timber blocks under the rock and forced it down the steep hill in Norway.

One of the men scream out in victory as the stone rolls over and races towards the water, crumbling as it smashes into other rocks on the way.

The seven-strong gang wedged towering timber blocks under the rock (pictured) and forced it down the steep hill in Norway

The seven-strong gang wedged towering timber blocks under the rock (pictured) and forced it down the steep hill in Norway

The seven-strong gang wedged towering timber blocks under the rock (pictured) and forced it down the steep hill in Norway

One of the men scream out in victory as the stone rolls over (pictured) and races towards the water, crumbling as it smashes into other rocks on the way

One of the men scream out in victory as the stone rolls over (pictured) and races towards the water, crumbling as it smashes into other rocks on the way

One of the men scream out in victory as the stone rolls over (pictured) and races towards the water, crumbling as it smashes into other rocks on the way

The footage, taken on Saturday, shows the boulder driven over a cliff, before zipping across a jagged edge as it continues to plummet.

On its journey it speeds past a picturesque house in an unknown part of the Scandinavian country.

Despite fracturing when it hit other rocks, it still rips up huge patches of earth as it bounces and rolls down the slope.

The footage, taken on Saturday, shows the boulder driven over a cliff (pictured), before zipping across a jagged edge as it continues to plummet

The footage, taken on Saturday, shows the boulder driven over a cliff (pictured), before zipping across a jagged edge as it continues to plummet

The footage, taken on Saturday, shows the boulder driven over a cliff (pictured), before zipping across a jagged edge as it continues to plummet

When the stone finally crashes into the sea below it creates a huge splash and numerous smaller waves caused by smaller rocks it picked up on its descent.

There are whoops of joy from the seven men and a topless man claps his hands as he looks down the hill.

One of the gang cries out ‘yes’, with another huskily cheering and punching the air.

When the stone finally crashes into the sea below (pictured) it creates a huge splash and numerous smaller waves caused by smaller rocks it picked up on its descent

When the stone finally crashes into the sea below (pictured) it creates a huge splash and numerous smaller waves caused by smaller rocks it picked up on its descent

When the stone finally crashes into the sea below (pictured) it creates a huge splash and numerous smaller waves caused by smaller rocks it picked up on its descent

There are whoops of joy from the seven men and a topless man claps his hands as he looks down the hill. One of the gang cries out 'yes', with another huskily cheering and punching the air (pictured second from right)

There are whoops of joy from the seven men and a topless man claps his hands as he looks down the hill. One of the gang cries out 'yes', with another huskily cheering and punching the air (pictured second from right)

There are whoops of joy from the seven men and a topless man claps his hands as he looks down the hill. One of the gang cries out ‘yes’, with another huskily cheering and punching the air (pictured second from right)

One social media user comment on the post: ‘That fish has a mighty f***in headache.’

Another wrote: ‘Really ruined that crab’s morning.’

And one man added: ‘So that’s the real reason why sea levels keep rising.’

Link hienalouca.com

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