A bounce house at a birthday party in Niagara County, New York flew off into the sky before descending on power lines in a shower of sparks. Now that's entertainment! (No, nobody was inside at the time.)
"I'm willing to bet that it wasn't properly secured just because I've done thousands of rentals and I have never had one problem. Either that or some sort of crazy wind gust, but I highly doubt that, most of the time when they're properly secured there's no problem and you know it's a fun amusement device for kids," Michael Gersitz, proprietor of Party in Buffalo Bounce House Rentals, told WIVB.
This unlucky guy tried hang gliding in Switzerland. His instructor failed to attach him to the glider. Watch this video and prepare to wet your pants.
Most expensive chain reaction video ever. “Clean-up crew needed on aisle one… and two…. and three… and four….” [via Nag on the Lake]
I’m not an expert in water tower demolition, but it doesn’t seem like a good idea to break the support beams in a way that causes the tower to fall in your direction.
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