If your significant other is scared of heights, and is standing on the edge of a 400-foot precipice, you may want to think twice about pushing her off.
Jessica Powell – who was hooked safely into a harness – was basically shoved off a Utah cliff by her boyfriend, Creighton Baird, when she got too scared take the plunge on her own, Buzzfeed reported.
Powell’s mid-air reaction made for one of YouTube’s greatest exit lines: “I’m breaking up with you!” Baird collapsed on the ground laughing and saying, “I just got dumped.”
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But they didn’t actually break up, according to the National Post. Powell later thanked her boyfriend for helping her face her fears. As the Toronto Star noted, Baird posted a picture of the two post-shove to his Instagram page on Sunday with the caption:
“For all y’all asking the same damn question: This picture was taken as soon as Jessica ascended back up to the top after the infamous push. She gave me a massive hug and thanked me for helping her jump. So the answer is no, there was no breaking up to be had that day,”
The video, which went online last week, has gone viral with more than 3.5 million views on YouTube. The 3:13-minute clip of Powell and Baird is part of a larger video – the Canyon Rope Jump – where several others take the 122-meter plunge off the Utah cliff, including Baird.
Devin Graham, creator of DevinSuperTramp, a company that specializes in making viral videos, spent four days filming the jumps and the 12-hour safety preparation, which caught Powell and Baird’s break-up, according to the Toronto Star.