[SPAM] Would You Dare Ride This?
This is an edited video of Gyro Ride, circulating on social media. Please read more about it in the verification section of this article.
Below post has been circulating on social media.
Who even thinks about creating something like????
Would you dare ride this????
Verification: The shared video of Ride is not real
An edited video of Gylo Drop is shared with wrong captions. People are amused to see such kind of ride on social media. It has been edited to be more scary. In fact this is not true. Please see the actual Gyro Ride: Read more
Please check the links shared below to know the fact about the fake viral video on social media.
Chill, that terrifying amusement park ride video is fake: Read more @ Mashable
— Mashable (@mashable) June 14, 2019
Have you seen the Gyro Drop on social media? It’s fake: Read more @ CNN
If you were planning a trip to South Korea to ride the intense Gyro Drop free-fall amusement park ride after seeing the video currently circulating on social media, you may want to think twice. The ride does exist, but the video embellishes a few things. https://t.co/PprAhOZ6Y3
— CNN (@CNN) June 15, 2019
We ensure that you are updated with the facts. Please Check4spam before forwarding and believing any doubtful image, message or video. Be cautious, be safe.
Find all fact checking articles about news using Nokiye.com
Gyro Drop I Nokiye
Post Date: 15 June 2019
Post ID: #72825