More than half of all deaths during the selfie goes to a single country. What?Pictolic
Almost everyone takes selfies. A deep down realize how narcissistic it sometimes looks, but people rarely think about the fact that sometimes it can be deadly.
Scientists at the Institute of computer science Carnegie Mellon in Pennsylvania in collaboration with the Institute of information technology Indraprastha in Delhi found that over the 18 months from March 2014 to September 2016 worldwide occurred 127 selfie deaths. Not a big number, but there is something tragic in a random, sometimes even a good shooting of his own death.
And it seems that some countries are more dangerous to self than others.
It seems especially dangerous for fans to be photographed Mumbai. Only in June 2017 17-year-old student drowned trying to take a picture with a storm. She was so passionate about finding the best angle that I didn't notice a huge wave that washed her out to sea.
A similar fate befell 18-year-old Tarannum Ansari and 21-year-old Mineski Priya Rajesh, who drowned off the coast of Mumbai in January 2016 and may 2017, making selfie on the backdrop of the sea.City police were so concerned about the number of deaths in similar circumstances that she has banned photos in places that are considered dangerous.
Ten countries that received the most reports of deaths when trying to take a selfie: