There is a human body suspended horizontally by two wires in a train car moving on the tracks. The body is positioned symmetrically wrt to the center of the car. The wires are simultaneously cut (in the frame of the car). Obviously, the body falls parallel to the car floor hitting the floor simultaneously with all its points (in the car frame). But in the track frame the two wires are not cut simultaneously and the body does not fall parallel to the car floor : one end of the body will hit the floor before the other end. This will result into one end (say, the head) absorbing the full impact. The same experiment has differing results in the two frames. Hence there is a paradox in special relativity.