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WATCH: Shattering A Diving Board Is A Good Sign You Need Jenny Craig

By: K. Walker
ClashDaily Associate Editor

Maybe there’s a reason this bro was so hesitant to take the leap. He probably thought something terrible was going to happen. And he was absolutely right.

A large, middle-aged man was attempting to dive into a swimming pool at the prodding of his family. When he tried to dive, the springboard broke when he fell on top of it and he toppled over into the water.

Footage shows the middle-aged man standing on a diving board, with his family and pet dog surrounding him.

He looks down towards the swimming pool and says: ‘I’m scared’.

The children around him then start to encourage the man to take the leap, shouting: ‘Come on!’ and ‘Do it!’.

Source: Daily Mail

In the video, you can hear the kids encouraging him, and when he finally attempts to take the plunge, he lands — butt first on the diving board, then, after the springboard breaks, he falls face-first into the water.

Here’s a reminder that members of your family are not necessarily your friends:

It’s unclear when or where the video was taken, but that bro is out there somewhere.

As a PSA, if you break a diving board, chances are you seriously need to lose some weight.

Take care of yourself, man. That just might keep you from being the subject of these kinds of videos.

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