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The court fined the "Spider-Man"

September 2 2009

French climber Alain Robber, known worldwide as "Spiderman", was met by a fine of two thousand ringgit (570 dollars). His next conquest, Alain held in the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur, where he climbed the wall of one of the famous 88-storey twin towers of Petronas. These buildings have long held the championship and were the highest in the world.

However, today they surpassed Taipei-101 Tower height 508 meters in Taiwan and the Burj Dubai, whose height is 688 meters in the UAE. Climbing Petronas was a climber on the third attempt. He already tried to conquer this peak in 1997 and 2007, reports the Associated Press.

Known for his ascent to the top of the city, "Spiderman" has never bothered about how to coordinate their actions with local authorities. And, as a rule, each share Alain Robber attracted much attention. Watch the conquest of another top come the crowds of onlookers. That's why every deed climber ends his arrest. On account of "Spider-Man," about a hundred of the conquered peaks. Among them the Empire State Building in New York, the Eiffel Tower in Paris and 242-meter tower "West" business complex "Federation" in Moscow.

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