Anyone who's got a fear of heights will understand why Hasbulla Magomedov was left screaming as he visited the southern hemisphere's highest observation deck. Check it out:
During his ongoing tour around Australia, the 19-year-old social media star apprehensively made a pit stop to the tippity top of the Melbourne Skydeck.
But rather than soaking in the panoramic views of the city, he was seen clutching to the railings with his eyes closed shut as he stood in the nearly 300 metres (984 feet) high skyscraper.
He then takes a peek at the glass floor below him, causing him to scream once more. But Hasbulla still has a smile on his face as his entourage laughs at his reaction.
A clip of the moment was shared on TikTok alongside the caption: "Poor Hasbi trying so hard to conquer his fear of heights."
Hundreds of people have flocked to the comments section, with numerous people pointing out that he previously claimed to only be scared of the dark.
"He said he wasn’t scared of anything but the dark," wrote one, while another said: "Thought he was only scared of the dark," alongside a laughing face emoji.
Others gave the poor guy a break, including this person who empathised: "Ngl I woulda started jumping."
Another said: "I know that feeling and it ain't nice," and a third added: "It’s ok Hasbi, I’m 6ft2 and I don’t like heights either."
A fourth quipped: "Hasbulla's so tough, the concrete beneath him is screaming in fear too."
Elsewhere on his tour Down Under, the Russian TikTok star made a pit stop at The Kyle and Jackie O Show to answer some burning questions, including about his love life.
Host Kyle Sandilands asked Hasbulla: "You're a very popular young man. Do you want to get married one day? What sort of woman maybe will you marry in the future?"
The 3'3" vlogger communicated with the presenters through his translator to state that he’s not currently interested in the dating game.
After Hasbulla responded, his translator replied saying: “I will think about it later. I am too young.”
His response, however, has prompted people to wonder about his condition due to confusion about his age.
Although Hasbulla is actually 19 years old, it is believed that he has a form of dwarfism, and appears to look younger than he actually is.
Although he has not been formally confirmed to have the condition, the genetic disorder seems to give the Dagestan native childlike characteristics such as stunted growth, low weight and a high-pitched voice.
Dwarfism can be caused by the body not producing enough of the growth hormone, although genes can also play a part in it, according to the NHS.
As for Hasbulla’s personal preferences, women who come and watch him on his speaking tour are not allowed to have their picture taken with him because of his religious and cultural beliefs.
The celebrity wrote a disclaimer on the flyer for his tour which read: "To our female guests, if you would like to attend the meet and greet with Hasbulla, you are welcome to do so, but please acknowledge the limitations of photography.
"We understand the disappointment this creates. However, we respectfully acknowledge the cultural and personal beliefs of Hasbulla and have to accommodate his requests accordingly."
The tour - organised by The Hour Group - has already seen Hasbulla speaking in Sydney on 29 and 30 August, before moving onto Melbourne where he bravely attempted to conquer his fear of heights.