Is This the Most Dangerous Amusement Park Ride Ever?
A video growing in popularity shows an interesting amusement park thrill in Myanmar. The ride in Yangon, Myanmar initially seems like your traditional G-force spinning contraption. Those rides, even with little to no restraints, are relatively safe because of the sheer physics involved in the operation.
However, this beauty - called Tagada - tosses riders like a frying pan. There are no restraints, just padded rails and padded sides. Unlike other questionable thrills, the real danger here isn't the machinery. It's the knees and elbows of everyone around you. While you might not get thrown from the Tagada's enclosure, you might get an elbow to the gut a few times from a fellow rider.
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