Tandem bungee jump no harness
Rigging: The harnesses are attached to four heavy-duty skin piercings
They then leap off the platform and record the look of sheer pain etched on their faces when the chute tugs at their skin, using a camera attached to a pole.
The Moscow-based team was founded by Stanislav Aksenov and his wife Elena in 2008, and have been developing their extreme stunts ever since.
The act of hanging oneself by body piercings, known as suspension, has been bizzarely growing in popularity since the 70s and 80s.
The piercings are normally temporary and are traditionally performed just before the suspension.
Grin and bear it: One member of the Sinner Team manages a smile as the bungee cord stretches and his skin is wrenched back by the force
The hardcore thrill seekers filmed themselves performing the mind-boggling stunts in Konakovo, Russia
Preparing to leap: The Moscow-based team was founded by Stanislav Aksenov and his wife Elena in 2008, and have been developing their extreme stunts ever since
The practise was first recorded in the 1800s among members of the Mandam tribe of North American Indians who lived along the banks of the Missouri River.
But the extreme Sinner Team have been taking the Suspensions to the next level by combining them with extreme sports.
They have also been filmed performing bungee jump suspensions into a giant disused cooling tower.
Needless to say, do not try this at home.
Geronimo: A Sinner Team base jumper leaps of a platform as a colleague makes sure his cable does not snag
The madcap crew has also been filmed performing bungee jump suspensions into a giant disused cooling tower