In Vietnam, a man was dangling by a rope from the Bai Chay Bridge, which connects the city of Bãi Cháy with Hồng Gai in Halong Bay. Passers-by appear to try to hoist him up, but the man ultimately slips and falls to his death. The bridge is about 50 meters (160 ft) above the surface of the water. It is the longest cable-stayed bridge in the world.
It’s refreshing to see a cameraman capture the fall, instead of mimicking an epileptic seizure like an American. Not having the relentless “Oh My Gawd, Oh My Gawd…” commentary does not hurt either. As does not the fact that the cameraman holds the phone the right way – horizontally. Vietnam freaks me out – too much sanity and common sense.
Props to Best Gore member @crybaby for the video: