Where was the world’s first bungee jump?

Here is the question :


Here is the option for the question :

  • Auckland
  • Sydney
  • Bristol
  • San Francisco

The Answer:

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[STC002791] Standing on the Clifton Suspension Bridge in Bristol, which is suspended 330 feet above the ground, you won’t want to look down, much less leap off of it. But in 1979, David Kirke, a member of the Oxford University Dangerous Sports Club, leapt off the Suspension Bridge while holding a glass of champagne in his hand. He was dressed in a top hat and tails for the occasion. Not only does the camera footage of the event show him jumping, but it also shows him being arrested thereafter. However, he was not detained for very long. After that, Kirke and his friends went on to invent the adrenaline sport of bungee jumping, which is now played all over the world. They jumped off of the Royal Gorge Bridge and the Golden Gate Bridge. What can we say about taking a chance?