Flying above water in US not just for the birds
BERKELEY TOWNSHIP, New Jersey (AP) - Ms Jenna Lee didn't get as high as she wanted, and it wasn't for lack of trying.
In fact, the 23-year-old Brick Township woman was perfectly sober as she tried to soar over the surface of Barnegat Bay.
She was using a JetLev, a mechanical contraption seemingly right out of The Jetsons that lets users hover above and fly over the surface of the water.
It's become one of this summer's must-do attractions at the Jersey shore for anyone with US$130 (S$161) and a half-hour to kill.