These people are risking life and limb for ‘likes’ on social media

These people are risking life and limb for ‘likes’ on social media

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THRILL-SEEKERS dying to get the most extreme selfies have been snapped in some pretty compromising positions.

From posing atop the tallest building to snuggling up to sharks, these extreme snaps will put you off selfies for life.

LOTS O’LAVA

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Hope they’ve got their factor 50 on[/caption]

STINGING SENSATION

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There’s no escaping that unscathed[/caption]

DO IT FOR THE HIGH

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How on earth is she planning to get down?[/caption]

JESUS WEPT

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Hoping for a miracle to get down from there[/caption]

TROUT POUTS

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Okay boys, say ‘cheese’[/caption]

HIGH-SPEED SELFIE

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Hope there’s no strategically placed poles coming up[/caption]

DON’T PUT A TOE OUT OF LINE

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One wrong move…[/caption]

HOLDING ON FOR DEAR LIFE

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That grimace says it all really[/caption]

EXTREME SUNBATHING

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There’s no way that’s comfortable[/caption]

DON’T LOOK DOWN

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Oh…you did it anyway[/caption]

A COUPLE THAT SCALES GIANT BRIDGES TOGETHER…

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…stays together[/caption]

LOOK! NO HANDS

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Perfectly balanced[/caption]

CLINGING ON FOR DEAR LIFE

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Those mittens don’t look like they have much grip[/caption]

CHECK OUT THE VIEW

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Keep a tight grip in that phone![/caption]

 ALWAYS USE PROTECTION

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That suit isn’t going to protect you if you fall in[/caption]

SEEING RED

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His face says it all[/caption]

JUST LOUNGING ABOUT 

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Don’t lean forward![/caption]


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