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The two men are in hot water (but not too close to the hot water for the Old Faithful geyser in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming. The tourists have already been arrested for a “thermal no” in the famous hot springs and the right, in the two-month period.
On Sept. 10, two men were caught walking “dangerously close” to the run-off of the legendary geysir, and taking pictures on their mobile phones, he said, the National Park Service (NPS) officials on KRTV.
The identities of the men have not yet been released.
On Sept. 10, two men were caught walking “dangerously close” to the run-off of the legendary geysir, and taking pictures on their mobile phones, as shown in the illustration.
“My family and I just couldn’t believe what was happening,” witness Kimberly Guilliams, told ABC News. “They just didn’t care and we couldn’t believe that she thought that it was good.”
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Guilliams said that, it is a much visited attraction and is well marked with “keep out” signs, and a designated area for a safe tour of the Old Faithful geyser.
“I don’t see how anyone could not be aware of the rules,” she continued. “So they are not posted anywhere. They are available in a variety of languages. Around the border of the water heater, there are rules to say that it’s dangerous, the ground is unstable and is very sensitive.”
The two men have since been charged with the thermal off-limits, and are scheduled to appear in court in December, according to the outlet.
“My family and I just couldn’t believe what was happening,” witness Kimberly Guilliams said of the incredible sight. “They just didn’t care and we couldn’t believe that she thought that it was good.”
Even though the representatives of the NPS and Yellowstone National Park were not immediately available to comment on the incident, the officials of the park are placed the following message on Facebook and two days later, may have been inspired by the report.
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“Whether you’re looking for colorful feathers, or the grand canyon, always remember to practice #SafeSelfies! No image is worth the effort to yourself, to others, or in the park,” the officials wrote online. “Be aware of your surroundings, or in the vicinity of the wildlife, the thermal areas, roads, or cliffs.”
It wouldn’t be the first time, however, is that a bad behavior of Old Faithful has made the headlines.
In August 2019, a Yellowstone, a tourist, went viral for all the wrong reasons, as he was walking dangerously close to the Old Faithful geyser and are said to be mirrored from a disapproving crowd.
In September of 2018, with other Yellowstone visitors, it was a ticket for walking too close to the famous geyser, and, reportedly, urinating on it.
As noted by Travel + Leisure, the today on crack in a cup of boiling hot water for an hour or so, you can shoot out to about 3700 gallons, as high as 184 feet into the air with a regular blast. The hot water is about 204 degrees celsius), The heat burning up to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
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Fox News’ Michael Bartiromo, and the Associated Press contributed to this report.