GRAND CANYON WEST, ARIZONA — A Chinese tourist's plan to take a selfie by the rim of the Grand Canyon fell through, well in this case, more—over.
According to David Leibowitz, a spokesman for Grand Canyon West, a 12-person tour group from Hong Kong was visiting the Grand Canyon last Thursday.
According to the SCMP, the group was on day two of a week-long tour of the West Coast when things started to go downhill.
According to AZ Central, while trying to snap a selfie at Eagle Point, adjacent to the Skywalk, a 50-year-old man from Macau accidentally plunged 1000 feet over the edge.
AZ Central reports that according to Leibowitz, a helicopter search later located the man's body at the bottom of the canyon.
His body was transported to the closest hospital by helicopter. His name has not been released.