Going strong on Break right now, the above video entitled "Crowd Surfing Jump Doesn't End Well."
Calling the move seen above "crowd surfing" is a bit of a gift. Surfers usually don't plunge ass first into the water from 25 feet above the ocean. Surfing involves a certain level of coordination and grace.
The lesson to be learned here: To crowd surf, you need more than an ample density of human bodies. You also must approach the crowd at a rate of speed that will allow them to catch you.
An analogy: It's easy to hold a bullet in your hand, unless, of course, that bullet has just been fired out of a shotgun.
So as you can see, crowd surfing is simple math: If you weigh 180 pounds and you've drank 30 beers in the past 5 hours, your blood alcohol content is too high for you to attempt to crowd surf.