What happens in the first 20 seconds of this video is pretty disturbing if you've ever put trust in a bolt on a sport climbing route.
"I'd hang a picture on that," Simon Carter says after he rips out a bolt with about 20 hand tugs on a quickdraw.
Short story is that Nick Kaczorowski, of Sydney, got off-route while climbing at Pierce's Pass in Australia's Blue Mountains. He pulled one of the bolts in this area out of the rock while trying to stick-clip the bolt above him, then fell past his belayer. His rope was cut on a sharp edge below the belay and he fell to his death.