Renowned for performing outrageous tricks on a portion of the world’s tallest structures, it was that correct notoriety that in the long run slaughtered “China’s first rooftopper” Wu Yongning.
On November 8, the 26-year-old thrill seeker dove to his passing subsequent to tumbling from a 62-story building.
Wu, whose moniker was “The Extreme”, had been endeavoring pull-ups on the edge of Huayuan International Center, a working in the Chinese city of Changsha, when he slipped and fell 15m.
Wu was playing out the trick to win $A20,000 in prize cash from an anonymous organization.
Also, when kindred rooftoppers got some answers concerning Wu’s demise, a significant number of them rushed to accuse the organization.
It didn’t take yearn for individuals to address why organizations are supporting youngsters to wrongfully climb structures frequently several meters noticeable all around and wearing no wellbeing gear by any stretch of the imagination.
Addressing CNN, a Chinese rooftopper named Claire said organizations should quit empowering the pattern.
“These organizations will pay cash to the video-producers,” she said. “On the off chance that you sign an agreement with them, they’ll pay for your tickets and settlement and everything to fly you to another city to do insane things.
“What’s more, they state obviously that they are not in charge of any losses if there ever was one.”