So there I was last week, helping Snorkelman drink his beer in front of Infinity Bay on West Bay beach. And along comes this contraption, called a jet pack or Flyboard, trying to lure customers to try their contraption a few yards off the beach. If you have never seen one, they consist of a pair of water jets attached to your feet, powered by a jet ski, that lifts you off the water and leaves you standing on a column of water. Way cool, for a lake somewhere, but not for an area with coral close to shore. The coral, having survived millennia, now with little chance of making it through the next week, thanks to this dude and his toy. The force of the water exhaust is way more than coral can withstand. He was in the shallows and doubtless had experience controlling the thing. But some new customer would doubtless have less success in controlling it, causing it to fly out over the coral, maybe even leading him to do a face-plant into the reef. Once you are no longer perfectly vertical, you fall not just with the force of gravity but with the added force of the jets. Some fun. As it is jet skis are not allowed in the marine park, though their presence is a tribute to poor enforcement by rangers. Can we all reason together and no one patronize this idiot?