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Twitter users from insulting a woman who posed in a 2800-metre mountain’s edge, it said “No image is worth the effort-to-fall”

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Social media commenters have railed as a result of tourists, posing in front of the camera, on a mountain’s edge, is almost 2,800 feet above the ground in Rio De Janerio, Brazil.

On Sunday, a 15-second video clip of the dangerous stunt, hit Twitter. In the footage, a woman in a pink tank-top, smiled, and shoved down a near-vertical hillside, the monolithic Pedra da Gávea mountain, and then threw her hands up in the air. The person on the other side of the camera, then, panned to the left-hand side, capture the magnificent panoramic views of the ocean, the beach, the mountains, and the city in which explained to 2,769 feet below.

Social media commenters have railed as a result of tourists, who posed in a near-vertical hillside, the monolithic Pedra da Gávea mountain, which appears, in the Rio De Janerio, Brazil.
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While some of the there were quick to post pictures of themselves in the same pit, while others were more skeptical of the desire to achieve such a feat.

“I fear we only have to look at it,” said.

“People will do anything these days to take the perfect selfie,” another commenter agreed with you.

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“There is no record, it is worth the effort to come to be a well-founded.

The tourism website in Brazil claim that the Pedra da Gávea is the world’s biggest coastline monolith,” and one of the most breathtaking views of Rio de Janeiro, from the ethereal peak.

“Visitors will be able to get to the top of the monolith, after a tough and demanding trek of about three hours,” the site warns.

According to a global study, with at least 259 people have died while taking selfies, often in dangerous positions between 2011 and 2017.

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