There's a video of a young man climbing 5 story buildings with a ladder all by himself within seconds and resting for some time. The shocked each and every person who saw it. Some said it was magic, some say it is an edited video and some say is witchcraft because there's no way a person can do that.
The video of a young man who climbed a tall building with a ladder without thinking twice has generated a lot of reactions on social media.
People wondered what kind of a sport was he training for by engaging in such a tough sport. Tunde Ednut shared the video asked people to tag their friends who can do the same thing.
People should just watch the video and like only, they should not try doing like him because they will fall and get hurt or broken. All I can say is that he's talented because no person can climb that high building. We shouldn't try climbing up the buildings trying to compete with him or impress someone because you will get hurt.
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