Intense Gyro Drop free-fall amusement park ride circulating on social media is fake

Intense Gyro Drop free-fall amusement park ride circulating on social media is fake

- A clip showing an intense Gyro Drop free-fall ride is going viral online

- It had been circulating in social media and some netizens planned to experience the ride

- Apparently, this ride was exaggerated and enhanced to catch everyone's attention

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If you are among those who are planning to experience the excitement after seeing the trending intense Gyro Drop free-fall amusement park ride which has been circulating online, you might as well want to reconsider your plans.

A report from CNN revealed that the trending video clip is fake. As seen in the video, the tower tripled its height with the riders taken to the top. The riders are being dropped riding a swing and then the seats are swung around before being pulled back to their original places.

The riders will soon be dropped just like the normal free fall rides, only from a very high tower.

However, the ride exist in South Korea's Lotte World theme park located in Seoul minus some extras added to the video. It is called Gyro Drop.

The real ride takes riders to the top of the 230-foot. No one is swinging around the tower, and it never changes in size.

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