Death-defying moment two adrenaline junkies run up the roof of 274ft London skyscraper overlooking West Ham stadium
This it the stomach-churning moment a pair of adrenaline junkies ran up a 274ft skyscraper overlooking West Ham stadium.
Chilling drone footage shows the pair racing each another up Stratford One building’s slanted roof in east London without the use of ropes or safety equipment on November 15.
Die paar, wat anoniem wil bly, run along the inclining roof before reaching the top of the skyscraper and looking down to the road below.
Die duo, who planned the dangerous project over two days, said they laid their eyes on the Stratford One building, which is used as student accommodation, after admiring its unique architecture last month.
The pair run along the thin inclining roof on the Stratford One building in east London
The two adrenaline junkies reach the top of the 274ft skyscraper and look down at the road below
Tydens die snit, the pair run along a narrow section of the inclining roof before jumping over a metal bar and turning around a corner to reach the final stretch.
As the pair run to the top of the building – which was previously shortlisted as one of the UK’s ugliest buildings in 2014 – dramatic views of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park can be seen in the background.
The duo then place their feet at the edge of the building and look out towards the city skyline.
One of the climbers said: ‘The side of the building where we ran up was slippery but once we got to the final stretch it was fine, nothing too shady.’
The two urban explorers had scouted the area for a new challenge last month and laid their eyes on the Stratford One building after admiring its architecture.
The pair wear hoodies as they race up to the top of the skyscraper on 15 November
As the pair begin to reach the top of the building dramatic views of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park can be seen in the background
The two urban explorers had scouted the area for a new challenge last month and laid their eyes on the Stratford One building
The anonymous climber added: ‘It took us a while to get in the building but as soon as we got in, we started the ascend.
‘I wasn’t scared at all.
‘It felt good to be up on a new roof and we had new views too. We had the West Ham Stadium as a view’.
Following the stunt, viewers took to social media to share their thoughts, with one saying the scenes reminded them of a ‘great movie trailer.’
Een gebruiker het geskryf: ‘This is so beautiful to watch. Reminds me of a great movie trailer.’
Terwyl 'n ander kommentaar gelewer het: ‘Truly majestic! Miss being there.’
'N Ander persoon het bygevoeg: ‘So hard.’
Die video, which was shared to Instagram, has left social media users at the edge of their seats