French ‘Spider Man’ returns, scales one of London’s tallest buildings without a rope


French “Spider-Man” climber Alain Robert is back at it again, scaling one of London’s tallest buildings on Thursday  — without ropes.

The catch? He got arrested at the top.

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According to Reuters, the 56-year-old climber made it to the top of London’s Heron Tower in an hour. Standing 230 metres (755 feet) high, it’s one of the highest buildings in the city, so scaling this thing without any support in sight is seriously impressive.

People watch Robert climbing Heron Tower, 110 Bishopsgate, in central London.

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