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It was exactly ten years ago that Frenchman "Spiderman" Alain Robert climbed Tower 1 of our twin towers. Yesterday he came back to strike the Tower 2. Ironically, just like in the past he managed to only climb 60 floors, stopped once again by police. Naturally as he was escorted out through news channel Al-Jazeera’s office in the tower, there was a big round of applause. Alain is currently in police custody and could be sentenced to a jail term of up to one year, or a fine of up to RM2,000, or both.

Here are some photos of him. Anyway, Spiderman uses no safety devices as he's what you call a free climber.

Spiderman calling "headquarters" on the 59th floor.

Spiderman unfurling a Malaysian flag that was kept in his waist pouch.
Even the French are patriotic towards Malaysia!

~multum in parvo~

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  1. Maverick said...

    I really respect this dude. He got stopped in the same spot as ten years ago.

    Now he faces a jail term of one year, or a fine, or both, if he is convicted. Sad, though. I admire his determination and sheer audacity. Go Spiderman!

    ~verus rara avis~  

  2. Comrade Cripple said...

    I don't think Spiderman is going to jail. Come on, I think even the police respects him. Who wouldn't?

    I salute you Mr Alain Robert!

    ~multum in parvo~  

  3. thwen said...


    I wish I was there. There would be many photo opportunities, and perhaps, an interview with him on why he does it every decade.

    *coughs* I shall pretend to be a reporter *coughs*.  


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