My favourite rollercoaster-related memory is riding the Cobra at Ratanga Junction, heading to the counter where you can see the photos that were snapped mid-ride, and then throwing up all over the floor.
I was young, so cut me some slack.
That moment wasn’t ever captured on film, so you’ll have to take my word for it, but this guy’s mid-air cellphone snatch will live on forever.
The video, uploaded to YouTube two days ago, comes with this description:
I caught a strangers phone in mid air on a roller coaster! I was in Spain at Port Aventura on shambhala ride and saw the person a few rows ahead drop their IPhone X.
long story short I caught it. this roller coaster is moving at over 130kms…was once Europe’s tallest and fastest coaster.. only recently beaten.
That ride didn’t crack the list of the world’s five most terrifying rollercoaster drops, but there are few things in this world more terrifying than dropping your iPhone X, so bear that in mind.
The mid-air snatch takes place around the 20-second mark:
His face reminds of the face you make when you throw a piece of scrunched up paper at the bin, it goes in, and you look around to see if anybody noticed.
They didn’t, you try again and fail, and hang your head in shame.
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