The son of Hollywood legend Clint Eastwood could be slapped with a fine after taking the plunge at a notorious cliff diving spot south of Sydney.
Scott Eastwood, 30, made a splash on social media earlier this week when he posted a video of himself jumping off cliffs at Wattamolla Falls, about 50 kilometres south of the city.
But now, he could be in hot water.
A National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) spokesperson confirmed they were reviewing the incident.
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A 27-year-old man drowned at the popular Royal National Park swimming spot on Christmas Day.
Eastwood, who is also an actor and model, is in the Harbour City filming a movie and uploaded the video on Monday.
His resume includes roles in Hollywood blockbusters Gran Torino, Invictus and Texas Chainsaw.
The NPWS spokesperson said jumping from the cliffs at Wattamolla Falls was not safe and a range of measures had been put in place to manage public safety.
“Unfortunately some individuals put themselves at risk of injury by disregarding warning signs, jumping over barriers and not keeping to formed paths,” the spokesperson said.
“NPWS will review this incident and decide what actions, if any, are required.”
The spokesperson said NPWS would consider further options to improve public safety there.