Tourist is so terrified by China's new glass-bottom bridge he crawls the whole way with eyes shut

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Tourist is so terrified by China's new glass-bottom bridge he crawls the whole way with eyes shut

Tourist is so terrified by China's new glass-bottom bridge he crawls the whole way with eyes shut before being carried away by onlookers

Man's petrified reaction filmed on bridge in Guizhou, south-west China. Visitor struck with vertigo and almost loses trousers as he creeps onwards
Surrounded by crowd laughing at his misery at newly-opened attraction. A hilarious video has emerged of a man with a chronic fear of heights crawling along a glass-bottomed bridge in south west China, and almost losing his trousers in the process.
 
The tourist was spotted screaming and on the verge of tears as he crept along the walkway in a valley at Wanshan national park, Guizhou province, according to People's Daily Online. Evidently suffering from a severe case of vertigo, the unnamed man was dragged part of the way along by a group of fellow tourists who could be heard giggling at his plight. The bridge measures 213 ft long and sits 330 ft up the mountainside, perhaps excusing the extreme nature of the man's petrified reaction. In the video, he is heard yelling 'I won't lie again' and 'get out of my way, wife' and slapping his hands on the glass panes and he inches along on his hands and knees.

To add to his humiliation, the man's trousers started to slip down at the back and he narrowly escaped exposing himself to the assembled crowd.
The man was eventually helped out by sympathetic staff from the popular tourist hotspot and hauled off the bridge by his shoulders. The frightening walkway opened this month after it passed a series of safety tests, and is just five feet wide with a low handrail. China's obsession with constructing glass bridges over plunging canyons continues apace, with intimidating walkways popping up across the country.

A new bridge in Shiniuzhai Geopark in Henan province hangs almost 600 ft above the mountain floor below and has left scores of visitors with wobbly legs after crossing. In October last year a group of tourists were left screaming in terror after cracks appeared in a precarious glass bridge on the cliff face of Yuntai Mountain. The cracks appeared after a visitor allegedly dropped a mug, making one pane too fragile to be stepped on.
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