Thursday 31 January 2019 13:00 (GMT + 7)
A 56-year-old man named "French Spider-Man" simply can not climb a skyscraper in Makati City, Philippines, in the morning of 29.1.
Video "spider" hands do not show up on a 43-story building in the Philippines
Alain Robert, known for climbing over many high-rise buildings around the world, including the Eiffel Tower, was discovered in Makati during his peak.
Roberts climbs to Seventh Tallest City Building: The 43-story GT Tower is 217.2 meters high, according to the local ABS-CBN newspaper.
The man was later arrested by the police. The police for ABS-CBN said that Robert could be accused of violating urban regulations.
Robert released Guinness's world record for climbing most of the buildings after he conquered 121 buildings in 2015.
"Climbing is not just my passion but my philosophy," Robert said on his website. "I never thought I'd give up my dream about my childhood, I know climbing for me is as important as food or breathing."
French spiders climbed into the Sydney Opera House, Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur, the Empire State Building in New York, and Burj Khalifa's tallest building in Dubai.
"Sometimes he just holds up on one hand and makes me really nervous," one witness said.