Rhyl bridge teen speaks

16-year-old Jack Bellis, who courted controversy when he walked over the top of the Blue Bridge in Rhyl, tells ITV News he doesn't plan to do it again.

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Free-running teen defends Rhyl bridge stunt

Two teenage boys from Rhyl found themselves being called 'idiots' and 'morons' yesterday when pictures of them walking across a bridge appeared in national newspapers. They were doing it as part of a sport known as free-running

Whilst the teenagers involved say they probably won't do it again, they insist what they were doing was safe. Under no circumstances should their stunts be recreated.

Ian Lang reports.

Rhyl bridge free-runner teen: "I want to be a stuntman"

Jack and a friend crossing the bridge Credit: Geoff Abbott

16-year-old Jack Bellis, who courted controversy when he walked over the top of the Blue Bridge in Rhyl tells ITV News he doesn't plan to do it again.

He says he's taught himself free-running and the urban sport Parkour, and wants to become a stuntman.

Jack says he wants to become a stuntman Credit: Ian Lang/ITV News

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