This is the terrifying Russian rollercoaster that was supposedly designed to make even the most daring of thrillseekers vomit on themselves.
The state-of-the-art ride -- located at a theme park set deep into the woods of Russia -- spins, flips and rocks passengers in all directions for the ultimate stomach-churning effect.
The rollercoaster is thought to be Vekoma's Waikiki Wave Super Flip, but nobody knows for sure.
During the company's signature ride, visitors are strapped in with harnesses to what at first looks like a typical 'top spin' rollercoaster -- it has one crucial difference, however. The arms can bend in all directions, allowing for diagonal twists and turns rather than only horizontal.
It allows one side of the nail-biting ride to travel in a clockwise direction, while the other moves in an anti-clockwise direction. Screaming passengers are swung back and forth, hung upside down and tossed around in a sickeningly random fashion.
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