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Desperate man saves his girlfriend from an extreme carnival ride.


Desperate man saves his girlfriend from an extreme carnival ride.

An amusement park is a park that features various attractions, such as rides and games, as well as other events for entertainment purposes. A theme park is a type of amusement park that bases its structures and attractions around a central theme, often featuring multiple areas with different themes. Unlike temporary and mobile funfairs and carnivals, amusement parks are stationary and built for long-lasting operation.

They are more elaborate than city parks and playgrounds, usually providing attractions that cater to a variety of age groups. While amusement parks often contain themed areas, theme parks place a heavier focus on more intricately-designed themes that revolve around a particular subject or group of subjects.

A Tagada is an amusement ride made by various manufacturers. Riders sit in a round bowl with no seatbelts or restraints. There are bars behind the riders which they hold on to. The ride starts to spin, the music starts playing and pneumatic arms bounce the riders up and down.

The Tagada is operated by a human operator who will synchronize the bounces with the music beat. Most operators give time for riders to get to their seats again before making the ride bouncy. Sometimes riders will be told the ride is over and the gates will not open and the operator will restart the ride making everyone fall over and then open the gates.





Tagada rides are often associated with injuries to the occupants, including ejections from the ride, such as 20 June 2011 in Newcastle, or during the 2008 British Grand Prix on October 2009, or most recently in 2016 in Ayr, Scotland where 3 riders got launched from the ride. Most injuries are broken bones of riders who fall into the middle of the ride. Many street fairs ban Tagada rides due to their generally poor safety records and cleanliness.





This woman discovered the hard way that going commando on an amusement park ride was not a good idea. The woman and her boyfriend were holding on for dear life on La Tagada, a spinning disk at the Zapote Festival in San Jose, Costa Rica, that jolts its riders, the Mirror (UK) reported. Her pants began falling – much to the amusement of fellow thrill-seekers who realized that she was wearing nothing underneath. Her boyfriend tried desperately to cover her up but was buffeted by the movement of the Tagada, which left his gal pal’s posterior exposed.





One of the onlookers captured the mortifying spectacle on his cellphone and shared it online. 


Amusement parks evolved from European fairs, pleasure gardens and large picnic areas, which were created for people's recreation. World's fairs and other types of international expositions also influenced the emergence of the amusement park industry.





Lake Compounce opened in 1846 and is considered the oldest continuously-operating amusement park in North America. The first theme parks emerged in the mid-twentieth century with the opening of Santa Claus Land in 1946 and the popular Disneyland theme park in 1955.




We really salute the boyfriend in his desperate attempt to help the girlfriend out. As for the girlfriend, put some undies on next time! Or just get tighter trousers. Costa Rica’s Zapote Festival is a traditional year-end festival in the capital San Jose, which runs from December 25 to January 3 and attracts around 25,000 people each day.


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