Two drunk tourists who were visiting a waterfall in Amboli, India died after they jokingly climbed over safety barriers and accidentally fell 100ft feet down the gorge.
Daily Mail reports,
The young men were from Gadinglaj in Maharashtra. They worked in a poultry farm at Gadinglaj and were visiting Amboli along with other colleagues, the New India Express reports.
Amboli is a hill station in south Maharashtra and sits at an altitude of 690 m. It is the last hill station before the coastal highlands of Goa.
The incident which happened on Monday was captured on camera and went viral on social media on Thursday.
Rathod lost balance and fell in the valley along with Gardi, who had caught his hand.
Although tourists saw the incident they did not try to physically stop the men from crossing the safety barrier because they said the men were intoxicated.
The deceased’s colleagues, who were unaware of the incident, thought that they were missing and Dayanand Patil, the owner of the poultry farm in which they worked, filed a missing complaint with Amboli police on Monday.