Tourists slammed for taking dangerous selfies at New Zealand's Wairere Falls

'One gust of wind and they're dead': Tourists are blasted for taking 'stupidly dangerous' selfies at a notorious waterfall Tourists have been slammed for taking risky photos at a waterfall in New Zealand One man was captured standing on the edge of a 153 metre rock face for a selfie Authorities say even if there were barriers on the cliff people would ignore them 

By Eliza Mcphee For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 10:01 GMT, 3 December 2019 | Updated: 10:02 GMT, 3 December 2019


Tourists have been slammed for risking their lives in order to take the perfect selfie at a notorious cliff face.

The Wairere Falls in New Zealand's Kaimai Ranges has become a hot spot for tourists with many standing on the edge of the 153 metre precipice to take photos.

One visitor was captured standing backwards on the edge of the rock face while he spent ten minutes taking a selfie.

Liz Quilty who was visiting the waterfall on Sunday morning photographed the man said what he was doing was 'stupidly dangerous'. 

She shared the image online with one person warning just 'one gust of wind' would be enough to

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