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Thrill seekers risk serious injury if they hurtle through a reservoir outlet in inflatable dinghies

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Sooooo dangerous! Thrill-seekers run the risk of serious injury if they hurtle down a reservoir outlet in inflatable dinghies for a trip

  • Adrenaline addicts filmed each other driving through the Nicky Nook reservoir near Preston
  • They’re starting to use inflatables to get more speed down the 328-foot steep slope
  • Jake Mellor posted a series of videos on TikTok, but one is now highlighted










Thrill-seekers who turned a waterway from a reservoir into a makeshift waterslide have been criticized by social media users, and their video has even been flagged as dangerous by TikTok.

The adrenaline junkies filmed each other as they rushed down the steep slope in inflatable dinghies at a reservoir at Nicky Nook in Scorton, Lancashire.

They start by simply climbing up the wall next to the waterway, but then move on to using mats and then inflatables to speed down the 100m descent.

The adrenaline junkies filmed each other racing down the steep slope at Nicky Nook Reservoir near Preston, Lancashire

They start by simply climbing up the wall next to the waterway, but then move on to using inflatables to speed down the 100m descent

One of Jake's videos got a warning from TikTol

They start by simply climbing up the wall next to the waterway, but then move on to using inflatables to speed down the 100m descent

Jake Mellor posted a series of videos of the adrenaline junkies descending the dangerous waterslide on TikTok.

The reckless youth plunge the man-made waterfall into rocky shallows at the bottom, while others watch.

The clips have generated thousands of views and likes. But one of them has now been flagged by TikTok with a warning that “action in this video could result in serious injury.”

Viewer Chris Moir warned: ‘I’ve been by it a few times. Dangerous on the bottom with the rocks.’

Jake Mellor posted a series of videos of the fools going down the perilous waterslide to TikTok.  used to go

Jake Mellor posted a series of videos of the fools going down the perilous waterslide to TikTok. used to go

A local said, ‘Broken my ankle with one of these.’

Another said: ‘Why would anyone risk their manhood like this, I’ll never know.’

Jake Daly added: ‘Who should pay for a ticket to a water park when this exists.’

Abby Hubbard simply said, “No way.”

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