A thrill seeker got the fright of his life when his safety harness came loose hundreds of feet above the ground at an extreme attraction in China.
The male tourist was leaping on a series of planks at some 500 feet above the ground when the safety rope suddenly became unlatched from his back.
The terrifying footage was filmed at the Wansheng Ordovician, a theme park in China's Chongqing city which is renowned for its extreme activities.
The incident occurred on October 1, the first day of the week-long National Day Holiday in China when millions of people started their family vacations.
StrangeWays, Midwest, United States, 6 days ago
These people can't even build escalators properly, why would people want to go to this!?
Madone2849, Boston, United States, 6 days ago
A perfect example of Chinese safety measures. Why I do not trust their glass walkways, etc....
Canadian Maple Leaf, Toronto, Canada, 6 days ago
Even worst is that he is not wearing safety helmet.
tiger tiger, forest, United Kingdom, 5 days ago
How would a helmet help if you are falling from a height of 150 metres?
Fly Falcon, St. Louis, United States, 6 days ago
His safety harness must have been made in China.
JrW, San Diego, United States, 6 days ago
He didnt need a harness in the first place
th1116, S.E., United States, 6 days ago
We should believe the official story.
tjb001, NYC, United States, 6 days ago
Um, that didn't 'snap', it came unlatched.