Three men have ignored request from Indigenous people not to climb a significant site and got stuck ¯\_(ツ)_/¯.
The traditional custodians of the land, the Anangu, request that people do not enter the sacred site or climb Uluru (you may know it by the name Ayers Rock), and instead instead enjoy the landmark by walking around the base. The sign at the base reads: “We, the Anangu traditional owners have this to say: Uluru is sacred in our culture. It is a place of great knowledge. Under our traditional law, climbing is not permitted. This is our home.”
So what do these idiots do? Climb it anyway and get stuck, forcing Emergency Services to rescue them in an eleven hour rescue mission. They're lucky they weren't hurt and only suffered hunger and embarrassment.
Every time this happens I get serious schadenfreude.
I really want to know, what are some times people have gotten what they deserved?