Think you're a badass? You've got nothing on Kim Wolhuter of Discovery's Man, Cheetah, Wild [self-starting video]. The Zimbabwean wildlife filmmaker was driving in the bush in Africa when he and his cameraman encountered a black rhino.
Now, you and I would probably press a little harder on the gas to get as far away from the aggressive mammal - Black rhinos are known to charge readily at pretty much anything it does not like. Oh, and you cannot outrun one, they can get up to over 50 kilometers per hour (35 mph) - but not Kim. He decided to stop the car to take a closer look.
That in itself isn't anything strange. Wolhuter, after all, is a wildlife filmmaker. But what he did afterwards surprised even his own cameraman. Watch: