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Instagram influencers were arrested for climbing a pyramid in Egypt: ‘I saw terrible things, and I don’t wish this on anyone

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It Is a great Instagram post is worth going to jail over?

A joint Us-Russian goal-based influencer detail, recently revealed to his followers that he had spent a few days in an Egyptian jail, after being arrested for climbing one of the pyramids of the Giza plateau.

Ironically, Vitaly Zdorovetskiy is a picture from about a week ago, where he boasted that he was going to take over Egypt. A few days later, he revealed that he had been arrested.

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“No words can explain what I just went through the last couple of days,” Zdorovetskiy wrote along with a picture that appears to show him at the top of the pyramid.

“I was locked up in Egypt, because I got to see the Pyramids of Giza,” he continued. “I’ve been in Jail many times, but this was by far the worst. I saw the terrible things, and I didn’t want to be with anyone else.”

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Strangely, after commentary about how horrible their experiences in the jail, he added: “Was it worth it? F— YEAH! I used to do it all for a good cause, and soon, I’m going to share it with the whole of the video, so the whole world can see it.”

The post has received over 192,000 likes and over 2,000 comments (even though a lot of the comments are just made out of a hard or a flame emoji).

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The Egyptian Parliament has made a decision that it was illegal to climb the pyramids in giza in November, The Sun reports. Anyone who acts in contravention of this act, in the face of thousands and thousands of dollars in fines and up to 30 days in jail.

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