Obsession Of Taking Selfie
Guess what! Why the aliens don’t wish to visit and live in the planet called “Earth”. An obvious reason is that almost entire humanity on the earth is now almost addicted of taking and posting their selfies on the Internet, social platforms so, therefore, the aliens would hardly get a look in!
Sometimes we get ourselves so much involved in taking the selfie that we neither takes in to account our environment, people nor the dangerous locations around us which can really cause an end to our lives. Read more: Sleeping Saudi student left behind in school bus saved by classmate
Taking Selfie Costed a Saudi Tourist his Life
RECENTLY, IT IS REPORTED BY THE UGANDA POLICE THAT ONE OF THE SAUDI NATIONALS WHO WAS TOURING “UGANDA” LOST HIS LIFE IN THE DESIRE OF TAKING HIS SELFIE. THE SAUDI NATIONAL TOURIST WAS ON A TOUR TO UGANDA WITH HIS GROUP OF FRIENDS VISITING THE LOCATION IN THE CENTRAL UGANDA NAMED AS “KALAGALA FALLS”.
The Kalagala Fall is a very popular spot for the tourist visiting here from the rest of the world. This is exactly the place where the accident happened and the Saudi National lost his life while taking selfie. Read more: Saudi expat worker lost his life due to fear of monkey
What is More Interesting About Kalagala Falls?
The sound of the water as you approach is too falls is too interesting. When you stand approximately 4 meters away from the falls, you will have to appreciate and enjoy nature providing you opportunity for participate in photography, scenic viewing and leisure.
On the western side of the falls, there is the Spirit tree which has a back cloth on the entrance. There are also 2 spears which appear on the entrance and is an important cultural place among the Buganda People of western Uganda. If you wish to enter this place, you have to remove your shoes and this shows respect to the spirits at this place. Read: Saudi teacher in trouble after taking kids to washing of dead body
The Water of River Nile Swept the Tourist Away
It was also reported by the local police after its investigation that the Saudi tourist drowned in to the water after he got slipped and consequently he fell down in the River Nile while capturing his selfie.
According to the local police, the body has been recovered by the police marine unit and has been taken further for post-mortem. Read: Indian women last message her husband before Ethiopian airlines crash
The police also stated that the Saudi National tourist slipped because of the surface was wet and he had leaned backward to take the selfie of fast-running water in the background. Also, it stated that his body was recovered some 10 kilometers (six miles) away from the actual place of incident.
Higher Rate of Death Due to Taking Selfies as per Study
A study by the All India Institute of Medical Sciences in 2018 found there had been 259 selfie deaths around the world over the previous six years. The highest toll was in India, followed by Russia, United States and Pakistan. Read more: Pakistani hero sacrificed his life to stop Christchurch shooter
Source: Arab News