Sergei Devlyashov, nicknamed Russian Spiderman, climbed on skyscraper of the Moscow City complex without safety. Now the roofer is fined 5,000 roubles ($85.8).
It took less than one hour for the Russian Spiderman to reach 52nd floor of Eurasia skyscraper where he was detained. It is reported that emergency forces were on duty both on the ground and above. Law enforcement officers charged the man for illegal trespassing of the private area. The maximum fine for this violation is 5,000 roubles.
“In the afternoon, the police received a call from the skycraper's head of security about a young man who was trespassing the premises by climbing on the building. Devlyashov was trying to follow the footsteps of a French “Spiderman” Alen Robert who managed to conquer more than 80 high-rise buildings around the world. The Empire State Building, the Eiffel Tower and Moscow State University are just a small part of the egregious Frenchman’s achievements.
The Eurasia tower or Steel Peak - a 308.9 metres tall skyscraper. The complex houses offices, apartments, a hotel and other entertainment facilities. It is also one of the 94 supertallest skyscrapers in the world.