Today, taking photos and especially selfies has become an indispensable activity when people travel. However, is it worth it to exchange health and life for good pictures?
Recently, an American tourist, 23, was hospitalized in critical condition, had to undergo emergency brain surgery after a fall from the historic monument in the Italian city of Turin – all for 1 Selfie photo.
The young man is believed to be the son of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, who slipped from the statue of General Alfonso Ferrero La Marmorain last Tuesday night. The victim was quickly transferred to CTO hospital.
Alfonso Ferrero La Marmorain monument, where the son of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles boss slipped into a fall, resulting in a traumatic brain injury
According to La Republica, the young man who was drinking with his friends suddenly came up with the idea of climbing the monument to take pictures, leading to a serious accident.
Recently, Italy has tightened regulations on the protection of historical monuments because the number of "selfie deaths" has skyrocketed over the years. According to D.M's report, 259 people died in 2018, just because they wanted perfect photos.
CTO hospital, where the death of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is receiving special treatment
According to Daily Mail