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The RNLI has released a video of two tombstoners who have risked their lives by jumping into jagged rocks in Portsmouth.
A member of the public caught people jumping from battlements at Old Portsmouth - a notorious place for tombstoning.
They were seen jumping 35ft into shallow water and jagged rocks across the seabed - a dangerous landing from a great height.
The video is part of RNLI's drowning awareness campaign, called Respect the Water, where the charity will be helping people to stay safe this summer.
Back in 2008, a man was paralysed and confined to a wheelchair when he jumped into the water from Southsea Pier in a tombstoning incident.