Chinese smartphone brand Realme India’s CEO Madhav Seth went skydiving, apparently to mark selling 130,000 units of the flagship model of the phone – despite his fear of heights.
Seth who has a 122,000 plus following on Twitter had posted about his acrophobia.
Since childhood have acrophobia(fear of heights) and I want to overcome this fear. I want to #DareToLeap like a true member of #realSquad. Guys, How about I skydive Your vote will decide whether I take this #DareToLeapChallenge? RT if u are excited as I will reveal more soon.
— Madhav '5'Quad (@MadhavSheth1) September 2, 2019
In a later post, he said he would jump one foot for every ten units sold of the Realme 5 Pro phone.
Once the phone crossed the 130,000 mark on a designated sale day, Seth took the leap.
He also managed to conquer his acrophobia long enough to take pictures with the phone on the way down.
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