Thrill-seekers are always on the lookout for their next heart-pounding, life-affirming activity that will get that buzz running through their body.
While some would seek expensive thrills like being a jet fighter pilot for a day or cliff walking, these two kids just showed that cheap thrills can be found anywhere, if you know where to look.
We urge members of the public to view this video with extreme discretion and should not be attempted without first seeking advice from a professional.
Tweeted by netizen @afxtro the 9-second video witnessed two kids dangerously running across an old bridge in Pinang Tunggal, Kedah.
The video which has garnered more than 616k views took place as a couple was having their wedding shoot at the popular location.
Incidences like this, however, is not a one-time thing too, as kids across Malaysia are actively showcasing how daring they can be when it comes to scaling great heights.
The video shared in the thread took place in Sabah, when kids jumped off an elevated pier straight into the water below.
Wow! Those who are afraid of heights will surely cringe at the sight.
Though the videos captured are astonishing, we would like to also point at the potential danger that is present, should something go wrong.
We urge parents to be more mindful of their children and what they do on a daily basis and ensure that their safety is their main priority.
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