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VIDEO: Man scales skyscraper without rope

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If this doesn’t have your palms sweating within 30 seconds, you’re either not human, or you’re the fella in this stomach-churning video.

In it, a young Russian maniac dons a headcam and climbs to the very top of one of the ‘Seven Sisters’, the seven Stalinist-style skyscrapers in Moscow.

This particular one is the Red Gates administrative building, and at 133 metres it’s ruddy high up – particularly when you have no safety harness and the wind is blowing your hair into an 80s style.

You can almost forgive his sweary outbursts of bravado (“f*ck yeah!”, he hollers like he’s in Team America).

Almost, but not quite.

(Image: YouTube)

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