“We both thought the ledge was made of concrete, but when he jumped, he fell straight through,” Ruth said.
“I knew it was dangerous, but before I could stop him, he already jumped over.” She said the 17-year-old came up with the idea for the stunt while they were clothes shopping at the mall.
” Almost immediately, the 35-year-old is then seen panicking as the shark approaches, and is next seen grasping her bloody foot as she is lifted back up to safety after being bitten.
Needless to say, the shoot was then cancelled as Molly was rushed back to shore.
If you believe this type of stuff, you have to ask yourself if you are really mature and responsible enough to own or even operate a phone. Presumably, this hysteria has stemmed from the fact that the Facebook Messanger app asks for certain permissions when you install it on your phone, such as access to contacts, your text messages, even your camera. The same people share the news that Jackie Chan and Morgan Freeman die every week without ever Googling it. Like this report on the issue featuring ‘tech expert’ Anthony Mongeluzo.
Regards Anthony Hi Anthony Unfortunately this is a particular nasty scam and has had devastating consequences for the party on the receiving end (indeed there has been reports of victims committing suicide as a result).
There is not much more that I can add to my previous advice really, as I suspected you would confirm as much - re meeting online and them being in a similar country.
A teen from Singapore died on Friday while trying to perform a risky stunt for a Snapchat video.
Johnathan Chow, 17, jumped over the railing at a Singapore mall, hoping to land safely on a ledge just beneath him.