Between July 6 and 14 every year, the Basque city of Pamplona is transformed into a inferno of celebration. Inhabitants of the city, along with hundreds of thousands of visitors from the rest of Spain and abroad, celebrate in the streets around the clock in the 204-hour-long nonstop party known as the Festival of San Fermin. Visitors from Australia and New Zealand have created a new tradition. On the opening day, they meet at a square, climb a five-meter high fountain and jump off into the arms of their friends. Joe from Sydney is in free fall after his umpteenth jump from the fountain. His friends have torn his pants to tatters after repeatedly trying to pull him back from climbing to the top. Even they think he is too drunk to jump. The tradition was made illegal this year, but that does not deter the partiers.