Terrifying footage was recorded off the coast of Ireland. The footage, which spread like wildfire on X (formerly Twitter), shows a mentally ill man, named Isha, jumping into the raging waves. vihar Right in the middle of it, while people were warned in advance to stay away from the sea.
The young man completely ignored local warnings and decided to brave the icy tide after jumping into the water from the famous Black Rock diving tower in Galway, Ireland, on Sunday.
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Footage of the man jumping from the platform sparked strong reactions from people, and many were angry at his action. Most said that in doing so, he not only put his own life in danger but also the lives of those who might have to be rescued from the water.
Such idiots obviously don't care if they get into trouble, they willingly put themselves in harm's way, and they are reckless and stupid.
One commenter wrote on X.
The shocking measure comes after the Irish Coast Guard warned storm chasers to search coastal areas where huge waves and strong winds hit both the UK and Ireland.
The organization also warned that people who jump into the water may be swept away by stormy waves, and rescuers who are forced to try to rescue them from the sea may drown. In light of this, the man’s behavior is even more heinous.
The man swam in the storm cloud for 40 hellish minutes, and a real nightmare awaited him
The Irish Coastguard has advised people planning to visit the beach to stay a safe distance from the water as the current stormy conditions could easily push you overboard and your life is not worth the risk.
However, the man in the video didn't care at all and threw himself into the raging waves. He was lucky now that he had managed to get out of the sea in time, but it could easily have been a tragedy if he had thrown himself into the whirlpool.
The terrifying jump video was filmed by daily Mail He also shared it in his article, which you can now see below!