If you ever thought about climbing tall buildings (illegally), here are two men ready to show you how.

Vadim Makhorov and Vitaliy Raskalov climbed the world's second tallest building, the unfinished Shanghai Tower, in China. The building stands at 121 stories, meaning, that's about 2,000 feet in the air that their looking down from. One of the climbers allegedly went on Reddit to talk about the climb:

Few months ago me and dedmaxopka planned to travel to Chinese largest cities, starting from Hong Kong and ending in Shanghai. Our maing goal was the tallest construction in the world - Shangha Tower, which is still under construction, it's height is little over 650 metres at the moment, which makes it second tallest building after Burj Khalifa in Emirates.

Knowing about strict Chinese laws, we prepared quite thoroughly for this and chose the most approriate date - Chinese New Year. During this holiday security was less vigilant, there were no workers on the site and construction cranes didn't work. We sneaked into the site during the midnight, then climbed 120 flours for two hours and had to sleep almost 18 hours on the site waiting for a good weather.

[via Raskalovit]