Watch: Kashmiri youth apologises for death-defying train stunt that went viral

A Kashmiri man whose video of a death-defying stunt went viral, on Wednesday apologised for performing such a dangerous stunt. Photograph:( WION Web Team )

WION Web Team New Delhi, Delhi, India Jan 24, 2018, 07.56 AM (IST)

A Kashmiri man whose video of a death-defying stunt went viral, on Wednesday apologised for performing such a dangerous stunt.  

Terming his stunt stupid, the youth identified as Aadil, apologised to everyone who commented and shared his video.

"I don't know how to explain that how much I feel ashamed at this time. I'm appealing all the people plz plz forgive me and I wouldn't repeat it again," he added,

Aadil further asked for forgiveness from police and requested to not send him to prison.

Aadil from Bijbehara from South of Kashmir performed a dangerous stunt in which he was lying on a railway track with his face down and was approached by a train in high speed coming directly at him.

The train passes over him completely leaving Aadil without any harm.

The Aadil can be seen celebrating after the stunt in a video recorded by an unidentified person.

The incident raised security concerns in the valley and people asked for immediate action on Aadil and whoever was involved in the incident.

Former Jammu and Kashmir chief minister Omar Abdullah also shared his video saying "I can’t believe the stupidity of these young men."

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Many Whatsapp group administrators also urged group members not to share the video as it will encourage more teens to do the same in the name of adventure and thrill.