A Turkish paraglider took to the skies in southern Turkey with a bed pretending to sleep.
Hasan Kaval attached a bed, bedside tables and a lamb to a parachute in the Alanya district of Antalya.
When preparations were completed, Kaval’s friends pushed him down hill. While in the sky, he set up his alarm clock and “took a nap” in the air.
When the alarm went off, Kaval took control of the parachute and landed the bed to the Cleopatra Beach.
Kaval has previously attached a metal-framed red leather sofa with wheels and a television to a parachute and took to the skies in Turkey’s southwestern Ölüdeniz neighborhood.