Videos capture heroism, random encounters and rapid descent

WELCOME to the little corner in the internet where you can take a deep breath and safely consume tasty viral videos served up to you in a convenient package of three.

The first clip takes us to a remote canyon where a young couple is perched on the edge of a sheer cliff. What could possibly go wrong?

You'll have to watch to find out.

For reporters it is quite a challenge to enter the shrinking industry.

And once reporters finally get their shoes in the doors they have to deal with another interesting set of challenges.

One of these common problems was caught on video when a Perth-based television reporter was doing a piece to camera.

Skating is the new blonde and skaters always have more fun.

The easiest and safest way down a set of stairs is probably walking down them with one hand firmly the bannister, but Adam Miller thinks outside the box.

He uses two skateboards to complete the aerial descent that he finally achieved after several painful attempts.

Topics:  offbeat skateboarding viral video

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