Real Life Spider-Man Climbs 57 Story Building!
Only to find out why people aren't Superhero's in every day life.
This from AOL:
"Alain Robert, the French free climber dubbed "Spider-Man" for his gravity-defying feats, was arrested on the roof of a Sydney, Australia, skyscraper today after he scaled the 57-story building using just his bare hands and a bag of chalk dust.
While the comic book Spider-Man almost always evades the police, his real-world counterpart was nabbed by law enforcers as soon as he reached the summit."
Cool feat Alain, you can sleep it off in Jail! It's crazy with what this guy can do. But just because you can doesn't mean you should. Get a permit or something, go climb Pikes Peak, just make it legit. If that Alain guy bit it without the climb being approved by whoever approves people who climb things, then that's all Alain will be remembered for.
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