On May 28 in Chicago, when four men were standing up on the 103rd f...

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Jun 21, 2014 17:11
On May 28 in Chicago, when four men were standing up on the 103rd floor in a observation deck of a skyscraper, they were freaked out.
This was because the glass floor seemed to develop cracks.

The site was in the Willis Tower, which was once tallest building in the world.
According to a spokesperson for the building, merely the protective coating shattered and there was no danger.

One of the men from California posted on his Facebook page, "I felt the most crazy in my life."
At first he sat on the floor to take some photos.
When he was stood up, the cracks were developed.
―Japanese article―
米シカゴの超高層ビルで28日、男性4人らが103階にある展望デッキで立ち上がった瞬間、戦慄(せんりつ)が走った。ガラス張りの床にひびが入っているように感じられたからだ。

現場となったのは、かつては世界最高層ビルだった「ウィリス・タワー」。ビルの広報によると、床の保護コーティングにひびが入っただけで、危険はなかった。

展望台にいたカリフォルニア州出身の男性は、フェイスブックに「人生で最も尋常ではない気分を味わった」と投稿。写真撮影のために床に座り、その後立ち上がった時にひびが入ったという。

http://www.excite.co.jp/News/photo_news/p-2445557/