Uploaded by @itsnotjackson, TikTok users react in the comments section. (A followup video notes the man is okay after the incident.) “It was an act of God,” suggests commenter @bigserge713. “Just for your information,” writes @th15_1s_m3, “They make you put up a barrier for a reason.” “That’s not how the barriers work,” says @settle82. “They don’t catch you in the air.” “I just don’t understand how this happens so much,” wonders @jpcorrigan9. “People put those headsets on and forget their body is still in the real world,” surmises @blkmonte01. “Do people put this on and think they actually teleport or something?” asks @siggy1223 incredulously. “It’s common sense that it’s a game.” “I play VR a lot,” says @paleandgangly. “I know 100% of the time I am just in my living room. It’s bananas that people get this immersed.” An unsympathetic @carlos281tx has a different concern. “Is the coffee table okay?” he asks. Recommended For You

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