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Don't make Croatia turn this car around.

Jordi Lippe-McGraw
July 12, 2016

Croatia is getting sassy.

The Croatian Mountain Rescue Service (HGSS) posted a series of tweets warning tourists against doing stupid things on vacation.

“Dear tourists, we respect you,” they wrote. “It's time for you to start respecting yourself. So, stop making stupid and dangerous selfies.”

The harsh warning came after a Canadian tourist fell off a cliff while attempting to take a selfie.

The mountain rescue is also concerned about your health.

“Dear tourists, today will be hot as hell in most of #Croatia,” they posted. “Please, hydrate and remember: sunbathing is OUT, your health IS NOT #HGSS.”

And they even think the way visitors handle accident reporting is atrocious: “Dear tourists, if you come across accident or you're part of it in #Croatia call #112 b4 posting abt. it on social media. Thank you #HGSS.”

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