I have preached more often than I can remember about the danger here on the island of standing next to the edge of the cliffs. They are massively undereroded and pieces of them are constantly following off into the sea below.
For awhile, there were even signs posted along the coastal roads warning tourists to stay away from the edges. Of course, they were made of paper and lasted about one week.
So, even though they have built a new edging wall along the cliffs at South Point, I guess I was not totally surprised to see this act of stupidity.
See that blue and red sign on the right of the picture? Guess what it says in two languages? They were not the only ones to ignore all the warning signs that afternoon. After I photographed this act of stupidity (she even got closer to the edge so she could get some kind of princess in paradise picture), I decided to only take "after" pictures and then sell them to our local newspaper.
They love to publish pictures of gruesome and bloody dead people.