Now this, ladies and gentlemen, is how not to tombstone:
A 25-year-old holidaymaker faces being permanently disabled after a “tombstoning” accident.
Police said the man from Sheffield sustained a “life changing injury” when he jumped into the water of the Isles of Scilly, 28 miles west of Land’s End…
The accident on Friday is the latest casualty resulting from “tombstoning” – jumping off cliffs, piers, harbour walls or other high points into water.
Across the country the activity causes about 200 serious injuries a year and claims about 15 lives.
“When Eva Gabor was still alive, she’d get up early at the ranch, and when I’d get up an hour later, I’d walk down to the stable, and every horse in the pasture would have red lipstick on it.”