The Real Life Superman – Slavisa Pajkic [VIDEOS]
Human conductor Slavisa Pajkic has scientists scratching their heads because he can withstand hig...
Human conductor Slavisa Pajkic has scientists scratching their heads because he can withstand high voltages without feeling a thing.
Known as 'Battery Man', the machinist claims he can act as an insulator, conductor and even a heater.
Videos on the internet show the 54-year-old powering up a lightbulb and cooking sausages by using energy stored in his body.
Slavisa, from Pozarevac, Serbia, says he discovered his amazing talent when he was a teenager.
He said: 'I was 17 years old when accidentally during work, I felt that electricity can not do anything. The rain was falling, and my colleagues made a metal fence."
The fence somehow became live, and it was then his new life began.
'My friend, who was leaning against the fence, said he could feel electricity but as I approached and touched the wet spot, I felt nothing.
'I was open-mouthed, but then I realized that current could not harm my body.
'When there is a sudden power failure, my folks do not have to worry. My house is always shining. I can be an insulator, conductor, accumulator and heater.
'People have seen me on television so they are glad to meet me but afraid to shake hands.'
Bright spark: Slavisa Pajkic from Serbia sets light to a fuel-soaked cotton wool ball with an electric discharge from his scalp
The Serbian man set his first Guinness World record in 1983, when he allowed a current of 20,000 volts to pass through his body.
His next accolade came in 2003, after he became the quickest man to heat up a cup of water to 97 degrees Celsius, in 1 minute and 37 seconds.
He now hopes to set a third world record by charging on a million-volt power generator and shooting laser from his fingers.
Slavisa added: 'I will try to charge on it and become a wireless laser man.'