Don’t these things have weight limits on them?
More than 10,000 people flocked to one of China’s glass bridges, when admission was free for the weekend, to mark its official opening.
It usually costs 50 yuan ($7.30) per person to enter, according to a promotional flyer.
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The bridge hangs 96 metres (315 feet) above a 216 metre (708 feet) stretch between two mountains at the Tianlongchi park in Pingdingshan, Henan.
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