Monday, August 3, 2015

Someone took a selfie with suicidal man on Brooklyn Bridge in background

Today's cover of The New York Post is the latest reason for you to look deep into your soul and reconsider your faith in human existence because it features someone's selfie, taken as a guy was contemplating suicide on the Brooklyn Bridge in the background.

Someone took a selfie with suicidal man on Brooklyn Bridge in background

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Image via New York Post

Today's cover of The New York Post is the latest reason for you to look deep into your soul and reconsider your faith in human existence because it features someone's selfie, taken as a guy was contemplating suicide on the Brooklyn Bridge in the background.

With scores of onlookers watching the dramatic 10 a.m. rescue by cops, the crass camerawoman turned her back to the scene, angled her phone toward the bridge and snapped a shot.

The scarf-clad blonde even cracked a thin smile.

When approached by The Post afterward, she suddenly became camera-shy.

“I’d rather not,” she said when asked for her name. She then hustled out of Brooklyn Bridge Park.

Ugh. Thankfully, the man was rescued by officers. [New York Post]

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