Two-year-old girl lifted high in the air and dangled upside down at Thai festival

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  • South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Two-year-old girl lifted high in the air and dangled upside down at Thai festival” – below is their description.

    A two-year-old girl was lifted about 9 metres (30ft) into the air while tied to a pole during a shocking performance at Thailand’s Phuket Vegetarian Festival on October 23, 2020. During the show, the toddler was dangled upside down from on a line attached to the pole before being returned to the ground. The shocking performance was part of a Taoist religious ritual, which is held each year during the ninth lunar month of the Chinese calendar. Support us:

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