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To shoot TikTok! Male “falling 20 meters” to death when he was handsome while hanging a suspension bridge | International | Sanli News Network SETN.COM

by news dir

International Center / Xu Peirong Report

There was a horror accident in Nepal a few days ago. A young man and a few friends traveled to a scenic spot. In order to shoot a TikTok movie, he went out of the suspension bridge and hung himself on the bridge. He only grabbed the rope with his hands. He did not expect to be physically weak. Unable to return to the bridge, he fell 20 meters to the river bed in front of everyone on the spot and was still pronounced dead after being sent to a doctor.

▲The man jumped out of the suspension bridge desperately, but fell to the river bed to his death. (Illustration/Pixabay)

According to local media “Khabarhub”, the accident happened on the 19th of this month. Ramesh Thapa, 24, and his friends traveled to the well-known scenic spot “Purandhara Jharana” (Purandhara Jharana). The person leaped over the fence and turned out and asked his friend to shoot a TikTok video for him.

It can be seen from the exposed images that Tapa is holding a rope with both hands, hanging by the bridge, and his feet are constantly shaking. Although his friend tried to come forward to help him pull him back, the distance was too far; not long after the tower Pa’s arms were suspected of having no strength to prop himself back to the bridge, and in the end he was exhausted and fell to the riverbed 20 meters below in full view.

The Tulsipur Police Department stated that Thapa was first sent to the local hospital for treatment and then transferred to the Kohalpur Hospital for further treatment, but unfortunately died on the 21st due to his injuries.

★ Do not imitate bad behavior!

▼The video is from YouTube, please forgive me if it is removed.

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