Cyclists collide in horror stunt during the Royal Easter Show in Sydney

Fast & # 39; Globe of Death & # 39; stunt sees two motorcyclists bump into each other during Sydney & # 39; s Royal Easter Show after someone clipped a man in the sphere

  • Globe of Death stunt goes horribly wrong at the annual Sydney Royal Easter Show
  • Collision with motorcyclists occurred for shocked spectators
  • Witnesses say that men in the caged globe were not injured but bicycles were damaged
  • Do you know more about what happened? Email kylie.stevens@mailonline.com

A picture has arisen of the moment that a frightening stunt at the Sydney Royal Easter Show went horribly wrong for shocked spectators.

Three men were treated by paramedics after two motorcyclists collided while performing a high speed stunt in the Globe of Death on Tuesday night at Sydney Olympic Park.

Footage obtained by Newsflare shows a large crowd of spectators in awe of the popular attraction that motorcyclists watch and film around the spherical cage while a third man stands in the middle.

The horrific stunt witnessed shocked children during the Sydney Royal Easter Show

The horrific stunt witnessed shocked children during the Sydney Royal Easter Show

Everything seems to go according to plan until the end of the stunt when one of the motorcyclists holds the man in the middle.

It causes the motorcyclists to bump into each other and come out of the shocked crowd with horrible bites, including young children.

Several spectators are seen rushing to the globe to help the men inside.

& # 39; Ambulance officers arrived and checked the three men who seemed shocked but unharmed. The motorcycles did not fear so well, they were both badly damaged, & the witness who filmed the footage told Newsflare.

The Globe of Death drivers were exciting spectators

The Globe of Death drivers were exciting spectators

The trio was unscathed, but the bikes were damaged

The trio was unscathed, but the bikes were damaged

The high speed stunt went according to plan until it all went horribly wrong

A spokesperson for the Royal Easter Show told Daily Mail Australia that one driver got light bruises, but that's fine.

He added that the Glove of Death will come back into action on Wednesday night.

The largest annual ticketed event in the southern hemisphere, the Sydney Royal Easter Show started last Friday and continues every day until April 23.

First held in 1823, this year marks the 21-year anniversary since the show moved to Sydney Olympic Park.

The final incident comes after a toddler was thrown on the camel at the separate Sydney Family Easter Show at Moore Park.

The boy's mother was injured in the incident.

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