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Influencer falls to his death snapping waterfall selfies


A Hong Kong Instagram star tragically fell to her death after slipping while taking a selfie by a waterfall.

The shocking incident came after Sofia Cheung, 32, and three friends started a trip to Ha Pak Lai Park around 11 a.m. on Saturday, the Sun reported. The influencer had decided to snap selfies on the edge of a waterfall in the park’s Pineapple Mountain grounds – a spot popular with hikers at sunset – when she apparently lost her footing and fell into the 16-foot pool below.

Cheung’s horrified friends immediately called ambulance, who quickly arrived and took the woman to the hospital, where, according to Sun, she was pronounced dead upon arrival.

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The intrepid girl had frequently posted pictures of herself on her Instagram account posing on the edges of sheer cliffs, adding the slogan “Life should be fun, not stupid”.

Sofia Cheung, 32, fell five meters from a cliff in Hong Kong on Saturday.

Sofia Cheung, 32, fell five meters from a cliff in Hong Kong on Saturday.
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Cheung’s last Instagram pic, dated July 9, showed the bomb sitting in the surf while holding a boogie board. The caption read: “Better days are coming. They are called: Saturday and Sunday.”

Condolences have since been flooded with condolences on the haunting photo, with one grieving fan writing, “RIP won’t believe this happened to you.”

Another complained: “I thought better days would come when Saturday and Sunday will miss your conversation every day. I always love you. Rest in peace, my lovely sofa.”

Cheung’s last Instagram pic, dated July 9, showed the bomb sitting in the surf while holding a boogie board. The caption read: “Better days are coming. They are called: Saturday and Sunday.”

Condolences have since been flooded with condolences on the haunting photo, with one grieving fan writing, “RIP won’t believe this happened to you.”

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Another complained: “I thought better days would come when Saturday and Sunday will miss your conversation every day. I always love you. Rest in peace, my lovely sofa.”

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