WATCH: Daredevil Takes Dangerously Epic Selfie From the Top of a Skyscraper

Brittany Jones-Cooper
Editor, Yahoo Travel
August 26, 2014

How far would you go for the perfect selfie? This guy went 1,135 feet up one of Hong Kong’s highest skyscrapers.

Armed with a ‘selfie stick’ mounted to a camera, photographer Daniel Lau captured a stunning video from the top of Hong Kong’s fifth tallest building, The Centre. In other words, he’s literally taking selfies to new heights.

And he wasn’t alone. At the beginning of the video you can see Daniel’s two friends, Anrew Tso and A.S, casually snacking on bananas. The pair seem completely unfazed by the fact that their feet are dangling thousands of feet above solid ground.

The trio got down safely and posted this video on Youtube that has already received more than 400,000 views.

It reminds us of another height inspired video taken by a group in the Ukraine. The crew climbed to the top of the Moscow bridge and celebrated their death defying feat with, you guessed it, a selfie. 

WATCH: This Group Takes a Sefie at the Top of the Moscow Bridge: 

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