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Where most people would simply see a 260-foot vertical metal wire connected to a large communications tower, one 42-year-old daredevil sees a challenge. The thrill-seeker slid all the way down the wire, luckily landing safely. Please do not try this yourself, this man has been performing stunts like this for years and this stunt isn't exactly legal.

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