It was supposed to be the stunt that would pay for his wedding and provide his sick mother with medical help. Instead, Wu Yongning, who called himself "China's First Rooftopper", lost his grip right at the end of the risky stunt and plunged from the storey building to his death. It's been over a year since the year-old daredevil performed pull-ups on the edge of Huayuan International Centre in Changsha, a city in central China. Wu regularly went live on streaming site Volcano, filming real-time videos of himself performing the gutsy skyscraper stunts for his thousands of fans.
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Daredevil Wu Yongning dies after falling off building in China
CNN A video circulating on Chinese social media shows a young man preforming chin ups while hanging from the side of a story building in the city of Changsha -- no safety harness, no ropes, nothing. Chocolate-flavored Hongkong. Where we stand Exthetics. Who is to blame for Chinese rooftopper's dramatic death? Photos posted to Wu's Weibo social media account in early November, shortly before his death.
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Shocking moment Chinese daredevil falls to death from skyscraper
For months, Wu Yongning had climbed towers and buildings high above the streets of cities in China, turning a camera on himself as he teetered on ledges or clutched an antenna with one hand. Through his dizzying lens, he became a celebrity for his high-altitude stunts, amassing thousands of followers on Weibo, the Chinese microblogging site. But on Nov.
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