“Spider-Man” arrested from a skyscraper but Hong Kong | NHK News
In Hong Kong, where protests against the government continue, a free climber from France, known by the nickname of “Spider-Man,” takes his hands on high-rise buildings in Hong Kong.
"Spider-Man" arrested from a skyscraper but arrested Hong Kong Aug. 16 19:39
In Hong Kong, where protests against the government continue, the French free climber, known as the nickname of “Spider-Man”, climbs a skyscraper in Hong Kong with his bare hands and raises a flag that appeals to the friendship between China and Hong Kong. Was later arrested by the police.
From the top of the building, Alain Robert (57), a French free climber nicknamed “Spider-Man”, climbs high-rise buildings around the world with only bare hands without a lifeline.
On the morning of the 16th, Robert started climbing a skyscraper in the center of Hong Kong with a height of approximately 280 meters with his bare hands. On the way, the flag of China, the flag of the Hong Kong government, and a hand-drawn flag were drawn. Raised.
As police officers and vehicles were gathering around the building, people visiting the area were watching Robert's scenes on their smartphones and watching them worried.
Robert said before this challenge, "The message I want to convey is peace. I believe that China and Hong Kong have a way to solve this problem together," the police said Robert It was arrested and taken away from the building.
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