Three Russians Climb The Shun Hing Tower

There are few things more exhilarating than climbing thousands of feet to an apex of a skyscraper, but since we are all rational and not hardcore thrill seekers, here is a video of Three Russians Climb The Shun Hing Tower. 

 Vitaliy Raskalov, Vladimir Sidorov, and Ivan Beerkus attempted the insane as they documented their ascent up Shun Hing Square in Shenzen, China. The 1,260-foot skyscraper, which has apartments, a car park and a whole shopping centre inside, is the third tallest building in Shenzen and the 28th tallest in the world, but prove to be nothing but an afternoon flex for these three Russians. Prepare to grip your seat, but if you’re looking for more — check out the man who climbed a Giza Pyramid.