The French Spiderman has struck again. Alain Robert is known for clambering some of the world’s highest buildings.
Over the weekend, he scaled the 75-storey heights of one of Dubai’s tallest skyscraper, relying on only chalk, sticky tape, and his fingers.
The 52 year old climbed the 307 metre high Cayan tower in just 70 minutes, with no harness and very little space on the ledges of the twisted tower.
Back in 2011 Robert climbed the world’s tallest tower also in Dubai, the Burj Khalifa. It took him just over six hours to scale the 2,717-foot tall tower.