Macau Tower’s “Perfect Safety Record” Bungee Jump Perfect No Longer

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Macau Tower’s “Perfect Safety Record” Bungee Jump Perfect No Longer

BUNGEE JUMP OFF THE MACAU TOWER NO LONGER HAS A PERFECT SAFETY RECORD

I’ve never ever done a bungee jump.  Not anywhere; a bridge, tower, platform or off of anything at all.  To be perfectly honest, the idea just never had any appeal.  And it’s existed for many years now.  Somehow, my youthful sense of immortality never overrode this idea: to jump off of a high spot with nothing below but a sense of death attached to an oversized rubber band.  Sure, it sounds awesome as terror-inducing ideas go.  But then I hear stories of how the “Perfect Safety Record” of the Bungee Jump off the Macau Tower is perfect no longer.

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THE BUNGEE JUMP WAS PERFECT FOR THE POOR MAN, BUT HE COULDN’T BREATHE AFTER LANDING SAFELY

And by perfect no longer, I mean that it’s as instantly imperfect as it can get, with the death of a Japanese tourist this past week.  Did the oversized rubber band break?  No.  Did it stretch and make a hard, dangerous landing?  No, not that either.  The man made his 764-foot jump with no issues whatsoever.  But right after he landed, he suddenly suffered from shortness of breath.  But then that shortness of breath became no breath at all, and he died not long after at a local hospital.  And that tells me that my instincts about doing this are on point.

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MACAU TOWER BUNGEE JUMP SUFFERS UNFORTUNATE BAD PRESS, AS TOURIST DIES APPARENTLY FROM FRIGHT

But let’s not forget the irony, as the Macau Skypark literally markets its bungee jump as an activity that “will remind them they’re still alive.”  Yes, I’m sure that poor 56-year-old man felt very alive, right up until he wasn’t any longer.  And the “perfect safety record” is definitely a thing of the past.  Though to be fair to the Macau Skypark, everything worked as it was supposed to.  But even if people inform them they have a heart condition, people have to know they actually have a heart condition first, thought that’s still not clear for the deceased Japanese man.

And worse still?  This guy paid $360 to do a bungee jump that scared him so bad, he died.

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