An American stunt man has carried the Olympic torch while flying past the National Space Centre wearing a jetpack.
Eric Scott, famed for his exploits attached to a hydrogen-peroxide tank, lifted off before handing the torch to local man Kevin Davies.
He was joined in Leicester by a squad of Storm Troopers, who preceded the jetpack flight by marching around the National Space Centre, according to the BBC.
In the past Scott has also flown over the Royal Gorge in Colorado and secured the world jetpack speed record in 2009 (68mph).
Jetpacks are nothing new for the Olympics, of course - in 1984 one was flown into the opening ceremony by Bill Scooter.
The torch is currently on day 46 of its 70-day route around the country. 8,000 people will carry the torch before the opening ceremony at the London Olympic Games on 27 July.