Indigenous people respond to dummies who got stuck on Uluru


Three 23-year-old men have been rescued by emergency services after getting stuck on the sacred site of Uluru in the Northern Territory, Australia.

Despite signs asking people not to walk over the site out of respect for the Indigenous Anangu people (the area's traditional owners), the men allegedly veered off the walking path and ended up stuck in a crevice.

Naturally, the three stooges trio are getting dragged online, with Indigenous and non-Indigenous social media users alike implying the incident is a classic case of karma, since polite requests against climbing the rock are well-known and reiterated by tour guides, travel sites and multilingual signage in the area.

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