VIDEO: Couple Illegally Climbs World's Tallest Construction Site . . .With No Harness

The video shows the duo take on a site in Tianjin, China at an astounding 640 meters.

Wed August 24, 2016 - National Edition
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The two climbers don't believe they're doing anything illegal and just want to share their experiences with the world.
The two climbers don't believe they're doing anything illegal and just want to share their experiences with the world.

MSN is reporting that two Russian climbers, Ivan Kuznetsov, 22, and Angela Nikolau, 23, really got their hearts racing as they illegally free climbed the world's largest construction site. The captivating video, sponsored by Travel Ticker (an online hotel booking platform that sponsors many travelers from around the world), shows the duo take on the site in Tianjin, China at an astounding 640 meters. Kuznetsov and Nikolau have also scaled European landmarks including the Eiffel Tower. The two don't believe they're doing anything illegal and just want to share their experiences with the world.

Source: MSN


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