Feed Frenzy: Russian Daredevils Climb Shanghai Tower

A pair of Russian men bypassed security to climb the unfinished 2,100-foot tower.
3:00 | 02/14/14

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What would you do far view? Shanghai towers still under construction, but two Russian daredevils just couldn't wait to scale China's tallest building. The second highest in the world. They had to start the climb under the cover of night, and it took them two hours. Ascending into the air for the length of nearly 80 football fields paid off. No one has ever seen Shanghai like this before. And someone some of the "Sports illustrated" girls have been extra busy partnering up with air New Zealand to produce the latest in-flight safety video. Please pay close attention and obey all crew member instructions. Life jackets are inflated by pulling on this red tag. They're teaching us model behavior. And we're betting this time, at least, some passengers will be sitting up to take notice.

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