A Frenchman known for carrying out several unauthorised climbs of skyscrapers around the globe, has scaled a 62-storey building in Hong Kong.
Alain Robert's stunt on Friday was part of a move to appeal for peace during 10 weeks of anti-government protests over a proposed extradition bill.
The 57-year-old, dubbed "spiderman," ascended to the top of Cheung Kong Centre in about an hour and unveiled a banner, which featured both the Chinese and Hong Kong flags, on the facade of the landmark.
Following his climb, Robert underwent a medical check and was taken to a police station.
It wasn't immediately clear if he would be charged for the ascent.
In 2017, Robert was banned from returning to Hong Kong for one year after he had climbed another building.