In a YouTube video a tour guide is seen moving down the see-through section of the 980-foot-high glassy walkway when, much to everyone’s surprise or, rather, horror, the glass “floor” begins to crack. The man goes down on his knees and starts to yell.
However, another man coming his way from the opposite side of the bridge looks perfectly unperturbed.
Much-heralded as “the world's highest and longest," the glass-bottomed bridge opened to visitors in Zhangjiajie, Hunan province, in August 2016 and connects two mountain cliffs. It is paved with 99 panes of three-layered transparent glass.