Screaming is NOT allowed on Japanese Roller Coasters — Video Shows it can be Done
Japan’s theme parks, which have been closed for months, are slowly reopening but a request is being asked to their patrons -- NO SCREAMING on the roller coasters -- to hopefully curb the spread of Coronavirus, according to Soranews24.
To prove that it can be done, the President of one of the theme parks, Fuji-Q Highland, rides the Fujiyama Roller Coaster with the president of a Japanese railroad and bus company.
'Not screaming' on the Fujiyama roller coaster isn't as simple as it sounds. When it opened to the public in 1996, it was the tallest roller coaster in the world, at nearly 260 feet. Oh, and the guy on the right -- is apparently afraid of heights.
The pair sit stoically without uttering a sound. Well done, gents:
Credit: Fuji-Q Highland Official via Twitter
READ MORE: 25 Companies You Might Not Know Are Owned by Disney