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Heart-stopping moment teenage daredevil pretends to throw himself off 600ft high balcony

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FREE climber Adam Lockwood hangs one-handed from a tower 600ft up.

The self-confessed professional idiot, 19, put his life in the balance with stunts in Canary Wharf, London.

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Adam Lockwood dices with death as he hangs from a balcony in London[/caption]

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The reckless teenager clings on with just one hand to the 600ft tall building[/caption]

The reckless British teenager was arrested in Spain earlier this year after scaling an 11 storey block of flats with no safety equipment.

Lockwood from Wigan, who goes by the moniker “The Little Nuisance” on social media, was spotted climbing up the tower block in Levante beach, Benidorm in February.

But these are not the only times time Lockwood has hit the headlines with his dare-devil antics.

Adam has been skilfully free-climbing buildings in the UK and Europe for the last two years, reaching incredible heights.


In August last year he ascended a red crane in Puteaux, France, before holding onto the jib crane with one hand for a death-defying photo.

The feat gave him a bird’s eye view of the tallest building in Paris — the Tour Alto.

Other videos on Lockwoods Facebook and YouTube accounts show him dangling from one hand 590ft in the air and darting about the top of a chimney with a 524ft drop on either side.

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Adam launches himself off the balcony quickly spinning round to grab the balcony edge[/caption]

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Lockwood headed to the top floor of 53-storey apartment block The Madison, in Canary Wharf[/caption]

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Adam has reached incredible heights in his two years of free-climbing[/caption]

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Having completed the climb, Adam Lockwood takes the all important selfie[/caption]

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Adam chronicles his inadvisable antics on social media[/caption]

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