TERRIFIED theme park attendees were left stranded high in the clouds after a faulty ride catastrophically malfunctioned.
Riders at the Cairns Show in Australia were suspended more than 50 metres in the sky when the Pendulum attraction broke down.
TikToker Mike Munro captured the moment chaos ensued, revealing the ride was "pretty high off the ground" when it stopped.
In a video, he says: "People are stuck up there. There's a dude up there in that box, he's like whacking some electrical equipment up there.
"(He's) literally banging it. I don't know if that will help it go. Good old Cairns Show aye. Broken."
In an interview with local press, Cairns Show president Ian Allen admitted the ride, called The Warrior, ride had run into issues.
He explained that riders were left swinging in the sky for more than 35 minutes.
"The generator that was running was overheating so they got everyone off. It's only the second time it's been put up at show."
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