Tagada is a very popular amusement ride, mostly appraised by teenagers because of the dico appeal. Riders sit in a round bowl with no seatbelts or restraints, they just hold onto bars behind the riders seats. The ride starts to spin, the music starts playing and pneumatic arms, operated by a human operator, bounce the riders up and down.
Operator and riders will synchronize the bounces with the music bit. Most operators give time for riders to get to their seats again before making the ride bounce. In Europe carnivals can be seen sometimes riders are told the ride is over but the gates not open and the operator restarts the ride making everyone fall over before to open the gates.