Discussion in 'London and the South East' started by editor, Sep 8, 2017.
Naturally they made sure it was filmed
Absolute Prannies Jump Off DLR Train Into Canary Wharf Dock
20 uk tombstoning fatalities since 2005.
Don't think that figure is high enough? Then let's add a moving train into our attempt to gain internet fame. Plonkers.
They could have easily landed on the people below. The stupid shits.
YouTubers condemned for jumping from driverless train at London's Canary Wharf
There were other people swimming?
Err, no. The people walking under the bridge that they jumped off.
This should annoy me but it somehow doesn't. Wouldn't do that shit myself but I imagine it'sa blast...
how many road deaths in that time? Let's all stay at home and gaze at our slippers shall we?
They were nowhere near them. And they'd have been more likely to break their own bones if they'd got it that wrong.
He wears a mask, but ...
Because jumpers never get the timing wrong, eh?
Wouldn't be quite so bad if it was done for some cause other than sheer self promotion.
These two didn't.
That's fucking awesome! Takes real skill to do it and not flip over too.
Thats pretty cool.
It takes bottle but skill? The ability to swim is about the only one you need.
The train was moving, therefore they would carry on moving in that direction too, so to not hit the water and flip over is quite tricky.
But sometimes they do. Maybe they will next time. But who cares because CooL VidZ!
Oh to be young and invincible again
No Darwin Award for these guys this time, but looks like they'll probably keep trying.
They are very naughty boys.
I liked the scene with the police walking along the promenade. In documentary art that suggests it's introducing a scene where there's a confrontation with the police. Which didn't happen. Just a bit of running in wet clothes. So their film making abilities are shit.
They've just shoehorned that police footage in. It doesn't resolve in the narrative so totally pointless.
Pretty cool video tbf.
Dickheads and a bad idea obvs but still.
"If in the first act you have hung a pistol on the wall, then in the following one it should be fired. Otherwise don't put it there."
If at first you don't succeed, try, try again.
No. The dock's huge and they don't actually want to die. No chance of that.
They were miles away!
That aside if it'd been an officially organised stunt do you think that walkway would have remained open? Just because something didn't go wrong, doesn't mean something couldn't.
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