VIDEO: Climbers take epic selfie from Hong Kong skyscraper - WALB.com, South Georgia News, Weather, Sports

VIDEO: Climbers take epic selfie from Hong Kong skyscraper

(Source: YouTube/Frank Wu) (Source: YouTube/Frank Wu)
HONG KONG, CHINA (WALB) -

Standing on top of a skyscraper is stupid, but if you're going to do it, you should at least have the common decency to get good video of it.

Frank Wu is a guy who did that. Why he did it is uncertain, but we can safely assume he did it because it looks awesome.

We can also safely assume he lived, because the video was uploaded in his name. Don't do this. Or, well, do this, just don't die while trying to do this, which is not guaranteed.

On Labor Day, the video had been viewed more than 2 million times.

So, yeah, just don't do this.

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