A French climber identified as Remi Lucidi has been found d€ad in Hong Kong and is believed to have fallen from a high-rise building while attempting a stunt.
Remi Lucidi’s stunts were not for the faint of heart. The 30-year-old French dared€vil, known for extreme sports was found d€ad after falling off the 68-story of Hong Kong residential.
According to the South Ching Morning Post, Lucidi was climbing the Tregunter Tower complex when he fell. He was pronounced d€ad at the scene. He is believed to have gotten trapped outside the top-floor penthouse, frantically knocking on a window and startling a maid inside.
According to media reports, the man lost his footing and plunged to his d€ath.
As per Hong Kong officials, Mr Lucidi was seen at the building at around 6 pm and he told the security guard at the gate that he has come to visit a friend on the 40th floor.
It is reported that the security personnel tried to stop him after the alleged friend confirmed he was not acquainted with Mr Lucidi, but by then he was already in an elevator. CCTV footage shows Mr Lucidi arriving on the 49th floor and later taking the stair up to the top of the building. People found a hatch leading to the roof open but say the man was nowhere to be found.
However, he was seen alive at 7.38 pm, tapping on the window of the complex’s penthouse, which prompted a domestic worker in the apartment to call the police.
Police reports that Mr Lucidi was trapped outside the penthouse and was banging on the window for help before he lost his balance. The police found Mr Lucidi’s camera at the scene and it contained videos of his high-rise stunts. However,
Hong Kong police said that after an initial investigation they believed the man had fallen from a ledge. No s****de note was found at the scene.
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