Woman eats Burger King Impossible Whopper while skydiving, plans to start filming 'weekly food reviews in the sky'

This food reviewer has a lot of altitude.

McKenna Knipe, 24, filmed herself pulling off a (seemingly) impossible stunt – chowing down on Burger King’s fake-meat Impossible Whopper while flying through the air in a wingsuit.

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The high-flying footage was shared by the South Florida resident, who concealed the sandwich in her flight jacket before jumping out of a plane on the back of another flyer, Steve King, reported South West News Service, a British news agency.

McKenna Knipe, 24, was filmed testing the Burger King Impossible Whopper using a GoPro while she was skydiving.

McKenna Knipe, 24, was filmed testing the Burger King Impossible Whopper using a GoPro while she was skydiving. (SWNS)

Knipe is seen holding up the burger before unwrapping it and eating while hurtling toward the earth. Surprisingly she manages to hang onto the burger while skydiving.

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Knipe, who started skydiving three years ago and “fell madly in love with the sport, the lifestyle, and the people,” now wants to create a career around her flying food reviews.

"I am working on starting a YouTube channel of weekly food reviews in the sky, along with a weekly Vlog of the insane shenanigans that comes with the skydiving life both in the sky and on the ground,” she said to SWNS, noting that a previous video of her eating a slice of pizza in the air went viral.

McKenna Knipe, who started skydiving three years ago and “fell madly in love with the sport, the lifestyle, and the people,” now wants to create a career around her flying food reviews.

McKenna Knipe, who started skydiving three years ago and “fell madly in love with the sport, the lifestyle, and the people,” now wants to create a career around her flying food reviews. (SWNS)

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The jump reportedly took place in Zephyrhills, Fla., in November.

"There was a Burger King right down the road and I happen to find the new Impossible burger quite tasty. I also wanted to help promote vegetarianism,” she said.

"So I got the idea to munch on a burger during the rodeo. [King] had the new GoPro MAX and we wanted to give it a try. It ended up working out perfectly.”

The jumped reportedly took place in Zephyrhills, Fla., in November.

The jumped reportedly took place in Zephyrhills, Fla., in November. (SWNS)

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Knipe has not yet shared what her next airborne review will be.