Convincing people of their impending death isn't usually the wont of most tourist attractions, but the makers of a massive glass bridge in China's East Taihang Mountains have made mercilessly trolling tourists their primary business.
The transparent bridge, which is suspended nearly 4,000 feet in the air and tethered to the eastern face of the Taihang Mountain in Hebei, China, uses LCD screens and sound effects to simulate crumbling glass. Obviously, this sows panic among gullible tourists who probably don't want to die.
Video of a tour guide freaking out on the bridge went viral over the weekend, and whether or not he was privy to the joke has been called into question. Either way, it's a pretty ruthless trick if you're at all afraid of heights or don't want to grapple with the concept of mortality, pretty much like all tourists.