Spain's bizzare and dangerous, El Colacho festival, also simply referred to as the 'Baby Jumping Festival' saw 'devils' jump over 100 babies this year.
El Colacho is a 400-year-old tradition celebrated in the northern Spanish village of Castrillo de Murcia, near Burgos, in which men dressed up as the 'devil' jump over one-year-old babies to rid them of any evil spirits or sins.
This year, the El Colacho men jumped over 100 babies when the festival was held on Sunday, as 3,000 people gathered to watch, The Local reported, citing a local news report.
The village is said to have a population of only 500 people, but thousands gather there for the 'Baby Jumping Festival'.
The El Colacho dates back to 1621, and has been followed each year through the 'El Salto del Colacho', or the jump of the devil.
The men dress up in the traditional yellow and red costumes and jump over babies placed on mattresses in the middle of the street.
The festival is said to be linked to the Catholic feast of Corpus Christi, and is also believed to have hints of paganism.
The former Pope of the Roman Catholic Church Benedict XVI had urged Spanish priests to stay away from the festival, according to The Daily Mail.
While no reports of accidents have been reported from the 'Baby Jumping Festival' over the years, it has been widely criticised for putting infants at risk.