Rob Roy Collins, 33, said he was suspended from a chopper more than 100 feet high in the Niagara Falls region when he wiggled out of a straightjacket in 1 minute, 22 seconds, beating Houdini's record of 2 minutes, 37 seconds, The Sun reported Friday.
"There was a scary moment when the straitjacket was stuck around my neck and I thought there was a chance I couldn't get out," Collins said. "Fortunately I managed to keep my cool and release myself."
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