Have you ever seen a Spider man in real life? Well, in China, a Spider-woman was spotted climbing up a steep castle wall. The thrifty Chinese woman, Ma Jei surprised tourists when she climbed 21-metre up Zhonghau Castle wall in an attempt to avoid from paying USD$3.29 or ¥21.81 admission fee.
Other visitors were looking at Ma Jei as she climbed her way up the castle walls.
Ma Jei told visitors that she used to just climb up the wall since she was a child and she never wore any rope or safety equipment. Unfortunately, her stunt was followed by other thrifty visitors when they saw her climbing the walls easily.
Two visitors fell down and broke their legs while three other had to be rescued by police.
‘She ran up the wall like a goat and made it look easy. But when people tried it for themselves they saw it wasn’t quite as simple as they thought.’
She definitely looked like she did not have any difficulties climbing her way up the wall at all. However, we would like to remind you that her stunt is dangerous and you could put yourself in danger if you would to try this stunt without professional supervision. Remember, safety first!
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