24-year old Anneka Bading was having fun swimming at MacKenzie Falls in the Grampians National Park, west of Melbourne, Australia. She was with her two friends and was filming herself using her GoPro when something tragic happened – a Taiwanese man was drowning while his friends desperately tries to save him. It was all caught on camera.
Bading was swimming near the Taiwanese man and his friends, who were sitting on a rock near the waterfall. Her back was turned to them and she was using her GoPro to take a video.
Seconds later, she and her friends heard the men screaming, and they saw the Taiwanese man drowning.
Bading told The Stawell Times:
“At that point we had no idea what was going on. We thought some sort of animal was in the water. We couldn’t understand what was going on and they kept screaming and pointing.”
A female friend of the drowning man grabbed Bading’s GoPro stick, which made her realize that the man was in danger. They grabbed their phones and attempted to raise call for help.
“I got out of the water and tried to call triple zero, asking everyone if they had service. Not one person had service,” said Bading.
“Everyone didn’t know what to do and we couldn’t understand [the victim’s friends]. My legs were shaking when I knew what was going on but no one knew what to do.”
There were about 40 other people in the area during that time, including an off-duty lifeguard.
He jumped in the water and tried to save the man, but the pressure from the water was too strong.
Meanwhile, Bading had to run a kilometer to the carpark, where she got into the vehicle and drove for another 10 minutes just to get phone service.
The man’s body was found the following morning. Bading didn’t see signs in the area that prohibit swimming, although Parks Victoria told the Stawell Times that there are three signs in the area that prohibit swimming.
25 Complete Strangers Who Didn’t Expect to Meet Their Doppelgangers
#12 is actually pretty scary.
It is actually a strange, surprising truth that there may be someone out there that looks exactly like you - even though you are not related. And interestingly, there are people who have really met their doppelgangers in real life.
For this post, Elite Readers has compiled a list of individuals who happen to have met their lookalikes. And obviously, all of them did not expect it to happen. Scroll down below and see their epic reactions!
#1. Now this is really cute!
Guy Travels the World With a Godzilla Figurine Named Ryan
The best travel buddy ever!
They say traveling is fun and that you have to do it while you are still young. It holds true that people love to travel, and they do it along with their friends, families, and/or loved ones. But there is a guy who travels around the world in a very different way. He basically travels with a Godzilla figure - which he even named as Ryan.
The two has been travel buddies for quite some time now. He bought it from a comic shop as a souvenir, and it only cost him $8. He then started taking photos of Ryan in every landmark he visited. After uploading the Photoshopped images on Instagram, he quickly gained a huge following.
Check out their awesome travel adventures below and who knows? You might just be inspired to find yourself a Ryan!...
High-Class Escort Says That Her Job Is “No Different From Being An Athlete”
“You use your body in an intimate way, but people see it in a negative light.”
The oldest profession in the world will always have a stigma attached to it. But "Courtesan Cara," a 28-year old social escort in Singapore, hopes to change people's perception with her line of work. According to her, “A prostitute is no different from an athlete or a construction worker.”
In an interview with Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore, Cara shares her stories about being a prostitute. She has no trouble admitting the obvious, that social escorting is prostitution.
“I think anyone who has sex with money is a prostitute, people want to sugar coat it of course,” she said.
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