Kung Fu master learns art of spraying water from eye

A Chinese Kung Fu master has learnt the ‘ancient’ art of spraying water and milk from his eye.

Zhang Yilong, a martial arts specialist from Xinxiang, showed off his unique set of skills with a performance in front of the cameras on Friday.

His first trick was to water a bunch of flowers at close range. A more difficult stunt was writing out Chinese characters on dry paper using milk.

The key is to snort liquids up your nose and then up through a duct connecting it to the eyes.

Pressure builds inside of the nose when the liquid cannot escape out of it or the mouth. The liquid has to go somewhere so it squirts out of the eye.

Such an extraordinary talent doesn’t come naturally. Zhang spent ten years “hard training” to get to where he is now.

He claims to be able to spray at a distance of up to 1.7m. Despite this, Zhang has a word of warning for those keen to follow in his footsteps.

“I want to remind the audiences not to emulate me. It’s dangerous. I’ve been practising for more than ten years. Please don’t imitate me, especially children.”

It’s enough to bring tears to your eyes.

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