There are some things I would never do. Jumping off a canyon cliff wall at 400 feet in a safety harness is one of them. Jessica Powell of Meridian, Idaho thought it sounded like a fun thing to do. Her boyfriend, Creighton Baird of Amarillo, Texas, had already done it and thought it would be a fun thing for her to do too. Then, according to GrindTV, she started having second thoughts. That's when Creighton decided to give her some "encouragement". If you suffer from vertigo think twice about watching the result.

Did she follow through with her threat to break up with him? Yup. But it wasn't because of his treachery.

"After a couple of weeks passed, though, they did end up breaking up for reasons other than the cliff-pushing incident said Dallin Smith, a spokesman for Devin Super Tramp, maker of the video, told GrindTV Outdoor. . Afterwards, she just laughed it off. I don't remember all that she said because it took her 45 minutes to get back up, and by that time she cooled down. They just kissed and shrugged it off."

via Canyon jump from 400 feet is not exactly a lover's leap.

If someone I trusted did that to me it wouldn't take two weeks to give them the old heave-ho.