A woman fell 164 feet off a cliff while taking selfies.
Hatice Nour Krablot, 21, lost her balance while snaping near the bridge from the James Bond movie Skyfall in Adana, Turkey.
She was with her cousin Mazlum Suzri, 26, near the village of Hackery in Krisali district when the tragedy occurred.
The pair were posing in the background with the century-old Verda Viaduct, highlighted in the early follow-up to the 2012 hit Skyfall.
Hatice allegedly lost his footing, and Muzlam tried to catch him.
But both emptied 164 feet – 50 meters.
Emergency services arrived at the scene and workers used a crane to secure the cousins.
Sadly, Hatice was pronounced dead at the scene and her cousin was taken to hospital.
Hatice recently started a new job as a chef at a local restaurant when she died at around 5.30pm on October 11.
She had taken her cousin, who had gone from Spain where she lived, to see the famous tourist attractions.
Hatice is survived by two grieving parents and a 14-year-old sister.
Reports of Muzlam’s injuries are not fatal.
Selfie addiction has killed 330 people worldwide, according to figures released earlier this year.
Over the past decade, several tragic deaths have been reported, including people falling off rocks, electric shocks or drowning in search of the perfect picture.
The three countries have the highest number of deaths and injuries from selfies, with India topping the list with 176.
The United States has 26, while Russia has 19.