Montparnasse Tower is the highest skyscraper in Paris. The last successful attempt to climb the building was in 2004.
Paris police detained a man who decided to climb the Montparnasse skyscraper 210 meters high without any mountaineering equipment. This was reported by France Info radio station on Friday, September 18.
According to the radio station, when a team of firefighters and rescuers arrived at the skyscraper, the man was halfway to the top. The rescuers went down on a rope to the intruder and then handed him over to the policemen.
A video recording was published in the Network where you can see a man without equipment climbing up the wall of a skyscraper.
— Mediavenir (@Mediavenir) September 18, 2020
Radio station sources from the police said the detainee was a Pole who introduced himself as a tourist.
The Montparnasse Tower is the tallest skyscraper located within the borders of Paris. The building is located on the left bank of the capital and rises above the central quarters of this zone at 210 m. In 2004, a successful attempt to climb the skyscraper was made by French “spider-man” Alain Robert. It took him only 45 minutes to reach the skyscraper.
Recall that in the Chinese city of Chongqing in a complex of skyscrapers Raffles City Chongqing opened the “horizontal skyscraper” Crystal.
Also, in the U.S. completed the skyscraper Zahi Hadid. The height of 62 floors was designed by the famous architect for seven years.