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Man Falls 20 Metres From Stage Scaffolding At Creamfields Sydney

Written by John Ritchie on April 30, 2012

Shocking footage has emerged online overnight of a man falling 20 metres from the main stage scaffolding at the Creamfields festival while Alesso was playing in Sydney yesterday. The video shows the man climb to the very top of the scaffolding before he loses his footing and falls, bouncing of the tower on his way down.


Watch: Man Falls 20 Metres From Stage Scaffolding At Creamfields Sydney

A number of festival-goers took to social media last night to try and find out what happened and if he was OK. The Facebook user who posted the video suggested he jumped back up and gave everyone the thumbs up (see below). So far St John Ambulance are yet to confirm if they treated the man for any injuries sustained as a result of the fall.

 



On Saturday, police set a record for the most drug busts at a public event in Victoria when 200 people were arrested at the Melbourne leg of the Creamfields festival.

Creamfields will head to Perth next Saturday before winding up at the Gold Coast on Sunday May 6.

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