From riding a zipline at 1,680 meters in the air to cruising over murky floodwaters, Euronews’ No Comments of the week are as entertaining as they are bizarre. In the United Arab Emirates earlier this week, the record-breaking Jebel Jais zip-line opened to the public. The six-tonne cable is the longest in the world, measuring 2.8 kilometers – equivalent to over 28 soccer fields. In France, flood victims made the best of their plight by dusting off their wakeboards and riding the waves in the flooded streets of Paris. In Australia, spectacular tosses were on display at the Tuna Tossing World Championships. Tourists and locals launched rubber fish over long distances to compete for a 1000 AUD cash prize. Click on the video player above to watch this week’s No Comment highlights in action.
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