A WOMAN revealed how she dropped her boyfriend after he made a joke on their vacation – but everyone is on her side.
The girlfriend explained that she had a massive height phobia, which included that she had panic attacks.
However, she explained the joke he made while visiting the Grand Canyon on vacation in Arizona.
She explained: “On day 1 of our trip, we stopped at a scenic lookout point to take pictures, and he decided it would be fun to grab me and pretend to try to push me over the edge of the cliff.
“I immediately freaked out and had (not surprisingly) a panic attack, all in front of our group while the poor guide tried to calm me down.
“I’m not proud of how I behaved, but I want to tell you it was not pretty. I sobbed and shouted that he was cruel for doing this.
“That he knew I was terrified and that he was evil for using it against me.
“He shouted back that it was a joke, I took it too seriously and to get over it because I embarrassed myself / him.
She added that she then told him he was a “terrible person and his ex had the right to leave him”, to which they were separated by the tour guide.
She even said she had “several conversations” before she left, and her partner said he would reassure her if she got scared.
The woman ended up saying she got her stuff and got on a plane home, leaving him in Arizona.
However, she asked if she was wrong after many of their mutual friends said she overreacted – but everyone was on her page online.
One person said, “I think you UNDERreacted. If anyone ‘jokingly’ tried to push me to death, I would report it to the police and have them fix it.”
Another person added: “Even without a phobia, many people would panic in that situation.
“I do not know how close you were to the edge, but many of the lookouts have very clear falls without railings, and if you were at one of them, you could literally be dead.”
A person who claimed to live in the area said: “What he did can not be excused.
“Anyone who reads this and who has not been to the Grand Canyon can say what they want about your actions, but people die every year in the Grand Canyon and pretend to do things close to the edge.”
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