Horrifying moment, theme park partygoers are bombarded by a mysterious substance from a ride – but what is it?
- Thrill-seekers at theme park flooded with grotesque substance
- The brownish material flew in a terrifying roller coaster towards those waiting in line.
- Visitors to Happy Valley Chengdu Theme Park looked up to the sky in shock
Horrified theme park visitors were bombarded with a mystery substance in Happy Valley Chengdu.
As the thrill-seekers looked up at the terrifying ride they were about to board, brownish material fell from the cloudy sky, showering those at the front of the queue.
Surprised guests at the theme park in Sichuan province looked around in disgust, before looking up at the still-moving ride.
Footage of the harrowing incident, which took place on July 25, has since been posted online.
Theme park visitors were bombarded with a grotesque substance in Happy Valley Chengdu, Sichuan province.
Thrill-seekers queuing for the ride were in for a treat as the fast-paced ride continued.
Sharing it with his 43,600 followers on TikTok, user Dennis Teo captioned the video: “S*** from the sky.”
The post has since been viewed 34.6 million times and attracted hundreds of thousands of comments from horrified users, all eager to know what this mysterious substance really was.
Although the nature of the substance has not been confirmed, comments suggest it was flying droppings.
Meanwhile, other users think the substance must be vomited up, caused by the rapidly swinging roller coaster.
One person wrote: “Isn’t it more likely it’s vomit?”
Others were more disturbed by the sight, pointing out the slight thud that can be heard when the substance hits the ground.
A third person wrote: “A new fear revealed itself. »
While a fourth commented: “Imagine someone yawning right underneath. »
Another asked: “Why are they all so calm? toward seemingly jaded theme park visitors waiting in line.
Shocked theme park visitors looked around in disgust, trying to figure out where the substance came from.
According to its website, the theme park in Jinniu District, Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China, has six roller coasters.
The ride has been identified as the Gyro Swing and appears to be one of the most intense rides in the park.
According to China Educational Tours, the ride is 17 meters high and can accommodate up to 30 visitors at a time.
It’s described as an “exciting high-altitude adventure” designed to raise the heart rate with “insane speed and exaggerated swing range.”
The website reads: “(The ride) is popular around the world and is a must-have choice for visitors who love excitement.”