Russian daredevils climb spire atop Chinese skyscraper, take selfie

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Shenzhen, China – The Russian daredevil group On The Roofs has pulled off another vertigo-inducing stunt.

This time, the group got into the Shun Hing Square tower in Shenzhen, China, climbed to the roof, then climbed to the top of the spire on the roof without safety equipment – all to take a selfie 1,260 feet above the city.

In the past the group has posted terrifying video of themselves climbing a crane atop the world’s second-tallest building, and pranking Hong Kong by climbing into a giant video board on top of a skyscraper to upload more of their videos.

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