Man Slams World’s Tallest Glass Bridge With A Sledgehammer

The makers of the world’s longest and highest glass-bottomed bridge pulled off a highly unusual yet impressive PR move to draw visitors to the new attraction ahead of its opening next month.

The 430-meter-long and 300-meter-high structure, which hangs over Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon in Central China, can reportedly support the weight of 800 people at once. However, in order to reassure visitors of its safety, the company challenged the BBC’s Dan Simmons to stop over and attempt to shatter one of its panels with a sledgehammer.

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