Man Plummets To His Death After Bizarre Parasailing Technique Backfires

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Parasailing is a super fun activity many suffer while on vacation, though if correct precautions aren’t taken, it can simply finish in death.

Unfortunately for 71-year-old Roger John Hussey, an Australian businessman visiting Phuket, Thailand, final week, he became a comfortless instance of what happens when harnesses aren’t scrupulously cumulative — and when a beam jumps on for a float but any reserve rigging whatsoever.

Though Hussey was propitious with harnesses around his physique beforehand, a straps around his bottom half didn’t seem to be connected to anything.

Though Hussey was propitious with harnesses around his physique beforehand, a straps around his bottom half didn't seem to be connected to anything.

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Pair that with a beam grabbing onto a ropes and holding off with him and it became an awful recipe for disaster. Though a male was clearly risking his life, it’s apparently a common attempt that parasail operators lift in Phuket.

Pair that with a beam grabbing onto a ropes and holding off with him and it became an awful recipe for disaster. Though a male was clearly risking his life, it's apparently a a href=https://steemit.com/travel/@adaptnetwork/parasailing-operator-does-the-unthinkable-to-guide-unsuspecting-tourist-back-to-land target=_blankcommon stunt/a that parasail operators lift in Phuket.

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When it comes to Thailand, reserve measures aren’t always enforced, and some operators aren’t even certified. At slightest one of a dual played a purpose in this incident, that led to Hussey descending out of his harness.

When it comes to Thailand, reserve measures aren't always enforced, and some operators aren't even certified. At slightest one of a dual played a purpose in this incident, that led to Hussey descending out of his harness.

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