GUANGDONG, CHINA— A wild boar in Guangdong China was hiking around Qingyuan Gulong Canyon when he spotted a magnificent glass bridge.
The bridge opened in June and is famous for its large circular glass observation deck suspended at the end of the bridge, standing 72 meters from the cliff edge.
The wild boar deemed himself brave enough to cross the vertigo-inducing glass-bottom bridge only to find out that... Well, he wasn't.
The terrified piggy clawed and slipped his way across the dew-covered bridge only to freeze in fear half-way through.
But our wild friend was in luck. Safety guards nearby took notice of his plight and — armed with brooms to wipe off the dew — went to the boar's rescue.
After the pig-curling competition ended, the boar went back to safety in the nearby woods.
The guards claim it is not uncommon to see boars roaming around the forests close to the bridge, however it seems it's the first pig-rescue they have carried out.
This poor boar would've definitely appreciated a piggy-back ride!