Daredevils Climb The Second Tallest Building In The World For A Selfie

This duo takes the term extreme selfies to an entirely different level.

Vitaliy Raskalov, 21, and Vadim Makhorov, 25, from Ukraine and Russia, respectively, set off to China to climb what will officially be the second tallest building in the world by the year 2016.

At a height of 2,165 feet, the 115-story skyscraper, Ping An International Finance Centre, is dwarfed only by the world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai.

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The fact that Ping An International Finance Centre is still under construction did not bother the “On The Roofs” duo at all. Armed with Go-Pro cameras, breaking into the construction site, assisting each other, cracking a code, and even bedding there for the night, the friends finished their climb scaling up a crane that sits at the very top of the building.

They then raised their selfie stick high up in the sky to take a picture that is undoubtedly one-in-a-million. 

The pair has climbed many other structures before, including the Great Pyramid of Giza, Egypt, Cologne Cathedral in Germany and the Shanghai Towers in China.

Gulp. If you’re an adrenaline junkie and looking to create some headlines too, we have a suggestion for you: DO. NOT. TRY. THIS.

One wrong step and… 

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