Peeps Chilling at the Edge of Victoria Falls Gives Social Media Users Anxiety: “Not Even if You Paid Me”

Peeps Chilling at the Edge of Victoria Falls Gives Social Media Users Anxiety: “Not Even if You Paid Me”

  • @ratanangmathebula and her crew decided to swim to the edge of Victoria Falls in what is known as the Devil's Pool
  • She shared a breathtaking clip of her daring act on TikTok and social media users are petrified behind their screens
  • Her video quickly went viral as tons of social media users researched Zambia's 108-metre high waterfall and its little pool

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The stunning Victoria Falls Devil's Pool is a common tourist destination that was recently visited by @ratanangmathebula and her crew. Situated at the edge of Zambia's Victoria Falls is the calm and somewhat relaxing pool of water that may give some the heebie-jeebies.

Tourists and guests usually swim to the edge of the pool - with the help of a trained guide. @ratanangmathebula and her crew decided that swimming to the edge would be exhilarating but it seems as though many TikTok users did not agree.

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Victoria Falls is known as one of the tallest waterfalls in the world standing at around 108 metres high, according to its website. Although there have not been any reported deaths at Devil's Pool itself, netizens are still filled with anxiety at the thought of living their extra lives at the edge of the waterfall.

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This daring group of peeps swam to the edge of Victoria Falls, which stands at 108 metres high. Image: @ratanangmathebula / TikTok
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In a TikTok video that has since been deleted, peeps could not believe how brave Ratanang and her crew were.

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Netizens don't believe they have enough bravery to swim at Devil's Pool

@Larah said:

"Haai joh nee. Even watching this gave me chills."

@KelebogileChristina asked:

"Does your life cover know you do this?"

@saint believes:

"Y'all are testing the Lord."

@user9643443958646 shared:

"My ancestors are not strong."

@mballyzuluh responded with:

"Mina I'll never test God to this level."

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Sandra Mdlalose wrote:

"Not even if you paid me..."

@Ephy added:

"The anxiety I got from watching this... Awesome though."

"Why would you?": Man slides head-first into jaws of a crocodile in insane video, SA cringes

In more news about brave individuals, Briefly News previously reported that a video of a performer doing the unthinkable online left many South African social media users scratching their heads.

The daring act in which the man slides across a wet floor and straight into the open mouth of a crocodile was caught on film and sent shockwaves across various online platforms. A Twitter user, @ThabangTweezus, shared the clip with his followers, and boy was the fear palpable in the comments that followed.

It was not immediately clear where the 13-second clip was taken, but it garnered 9 200 views and attracted almost 500 likes. True to form, Mzansi social media users recoiled in horror at the thought of the reptile snapping its jaws shut and effectively rendering its victim headless.

Source: Briefly News

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