A very scary slide has opened to the in Los Angeles. Slides are usually seen in children's , but the scary Skyslide is on the outside of a building, 70 stories high. To make it , the Skyslide is made of , which is just 3 cm thick. People who go on it have to look down at the 300 metres below them. It is of the U.S. Bank Tower in downtown L.A. It cost $3.5 million to build. The slide starts at the 70th floor and goes down one story to the 69th . It is only 15 metres from start to and takes about five seconds to get from top to bottom. Riders must sit on a safety mat and push themselves out of a window. Only one person can go on it at a .
The president of the company that owns the said there were many about what kind of it should have. They wanted something special. The president said: "We have to do that doesn't exist anywhere ." She said the slide is safe enough to support a school bus filled with people. An L.A. Times reporter spoke about the . He said: "The ride takes just a few . Before you can get a really proper scream going, you're launched out onto a safety on an outdoor deck on the 69th floor." Tickets to get into the Skyspace on the 70th floor are $25 for adults and $19 for children aged between 3-12. A ride on the Skyslide costs an $8.