Young person weighing under 60 kg prepares for an $8 bouncing experience
.. and off we go !
isn't that uncomfortable ?
I BOUGHT THIS IN ST. MARY'S TODAY. It might be hard to get below 60 kg but if I eat "Name Me" (Vegemite) "Proudly made in Australia" I figure I might have the energy.
From "The Morning Show" CBS Videos Online - The announcer prior to entering into discussion with a medical practitioner issues a WARNING that viewers may find the edited LiveLeak content disturbing however it was aired on CBS Television at an early hour in the morning when it could be anticipated that children might be viewing the content. I don't believe this is the entire content of a contentious (in Australia) video clip and believe it has been edited for early morning television in the United States. If it were considered objectionable by US authorities I believe it wouldn't be available for embedded viewing.
When I was a child in the United Kingdom we used to attend circuses given that there wasn't much on television (which was considered harmful) and I was struck by the age of flying trapeze artists who have to place enormous trust in their partners swinging in the opposite direction - grasping hands as the trapezes meet. I can recall asking about how people this young (perhaps 8 years old) could possibly learn to do this. The answer from the artists themselves was "we train at an early age" and to the question "how early" the answer was "from the moment of birth".