February 16, 2016 12:53 pm

Roof-topping daredevils scale Chinese skyscraper in vertigo-inducing video

ABOVE: Daredevils climb to top of China’s Shun Hing Square tower.


Three adrenaline junkies and photographers again climbed one of the world’s tallest structures earlier this month, capturing the climb in a sweat-inducing video.

Members of roof-topping photography group On the Roofs, climbed the 384-metre tall Shun Hing Square Tower, in China.

Armed with GoPros, DSLRS and selfie sticks, the three men, including known roof-toppers Vadim Makhorov and Vitaliy Raskalov, reportedly made the vertigo-inducing video during the Lunar New Year celebrations earlier this month.

The video shows the men exiting a stairwell on the roof before making the climb up the weather spire, all while doing so without the aid of safety harnesses.

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The video concludes with the trio posing for a selfie at the highest point of their climb, before they make their way back down.

The group is notorious for surreptitiously entering buildings to capture these adrenaline-filled videos.

In February 2014, Makhorov and Raskalov climbed Shanghai Tower, the world’s second-tallest building.

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