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Teen passes out on Surfers Paradise slingshot ride

Terrifying video shows a teenager passing out multiple times while struggling with the G-Force effects of a slingshot ride on the Gold Coast

  • A teenager passed out on the Slingshot in Surfers Paradise

The wild moment in which a teenager passed out multiple times while riding an intense slingshot in Surfer’s Paradise has been captured on video.

Queenslander Lily shared the video of her and her friend, Ella, on the trip earlier this month.

While waiting to be launched more than 90 meters into the air, Ella was already beginning to panic, so the operator told her to take a deep breath.

Just a few seconds later, the two were thrown from the ground and Ella immediately passed out while struggling with the G-Force effects of the trip.

Lily screamed and screamed as they climbed higher into the air and only realized Ella was unconscious when they were thrown into the air.

A video shows teens Ella and Lily on the Surfers Paradise Slingshot, but Ella (left) kept passing out throughout the ride.

Ella’s head rolled in her seat as her chair rocked in the air, and she woke up repeatedly, only to pass out again.

At one point, he woke up enough to give a terrified cry.

Once she heard that her friend was okay, Lily started laughing and assured Ella that the trip was almost over.

More than 11,000 people were divided in the comments on whether to laugh or worry.

“The brief moments of terrified consciousness are absolutely sending me off,” one person wrote.

‘Sorry, this is so much fun but also absolutely terrifying. Why do people volunteer to ride these? said another.

The shocking video shows Ella's (above) head rolling as Lily asks if she's okay.

The shocking video shows Ella’s (above) head rolling as Lily asks if she’s okay.

‘How come this doesn’t cause permanent damage?! That head is shaking from side to side!’ a third person commented.

Another said: ‘They should have a live screen so everyone on the ground can watch too.’

A fifth person wrote: “I always wonder why they can’t make the head part softer.”

Another commented: “I can’t imagine how terrifying that must feel and how crazy it would be to pass out and wake up so quickly, so many times.”