Happy Friday, folks! Just in case you need a laugh to get you through to the end of the week, we thought we’d show you not one, but two hilarious tourist photo disasters that absolutely made our week.
Coincidentally, both are water-related so we guess they also serve as warnings to pay attention to your surroundings when taking your holiday snaps, especially when you’re near a large body of water.
The first one comes from Instagrammer Nicole Joanna, from Boston in the US who was posing for a photo by a rock face at Lovers Beach in Cabo San Lucas when she was knocked onto the sand by a big wave.
“All these flavours and Mother Nature has to be salty. Saved my #quaysunglasses doe. 😎” Joanna said in the caption.
You can hear her realising her impending doom with a slight “oh my god…” which is echoed somewhat more frantically by her friend as the wave makes contact.
The second, and our personal favourite, was posted to Twitter by @_SJPeace_ and shows a tourist swaggering towards the edge of a flooded canal in Venice with their selfie stick outstretched before plunging off the edge.
Tourist in Venice, Italy 😂🤣
I'm going to hell for laughing 😭 pic.twitter.com/o6iWPa0zzu
— StanceGrounded (@_SJPeace_) November 25, 2019
The footage is captioned “Tourist in Venice, Italy 😂🤣 I’m going to hell for laughing 😭,”
If that’s the case, we are all going to hell, @_SJPeace_. We hope there are selfie sticks there.