Suicidal Man Backflips Off Bridge, Lands Flat in Drainage Ditch

Suicidal Man Backflips Off Bridge, Lands Flat in Drainage Ditch

Suicidal Man Backflips Off Bridge, Lands Flat in Drainage Ditch

I don’t have much backinfo, but the video could be from Venezuela. Not sure, though.

The video shows a man taking a suicidal blackflip off a bridge. He lands flat in the drainage ditch beside the road below.

It is a fairly short video, but highly to the point from start to finish. The nonchalant people on the bridge make zero attempts to stop the man from killing himself.

Props to Best Gore member @poloshisho for the video:

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137 thoughts on “Suicidal Man Backflips Off Bridge, Lands Flat in Drainage Ditch”

    1. You call that a drainage ditch, Brazilians call that pristine waterway, the likes of which contend with the Amazon. When you consider it in culturally relevant appreciation, this suicide becomes beautiful and graceful, mankind recycling back into the seducing and always caring Mother Nature………

  1. Clearly a “No Driving, No Jumping” sign could have prevented this failed attempt to be included on the Venezuelan Olympic Team.
    Some broken ribs and lost teeth, but I wouldn’t be surprised if he survived.

  2. LMAO. How about trying something new before killing yourself. At least kill some people first or pull the person down with you that is trying to save you from jumping smh.

        1. The nigger just copy-pasted a physics acceleration article and brought no further insight beyond a cool website. You question does matter and you input it into the calc @the-captain linked. We just don’t know how much the gymnast weighed. (his mass)

    1. Oh I heard about this… was the Brazilian Olympic high diving semifinals where athletes dive into a bucket of water but seems some prick has moved it at the last second…….

    1. At noon on the fifth day, a Lockheed Ventura swung in low and he spotted us, a young pilot, lot younger than Mr. Hooper here, anyway he spotted us and a few hours later a big ol’ fat PBY come down and started to pick us up. You know that was the time I was most frightened. Waitin’ for my turn. I’ll never put on a lifejacket again. So, eleven hundred men went into the water. 316 men come out, the sharks took the rest, June the 29th, 1945.

      Anyway, we delivered the bomb.”

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