Too High: Crazy Ruskies Climb To Tippy-Top Of Bridge

May 21, 2012


YOU HEARD ME: the tippy-top.

This is a video of a couple Russian kids climbing to the top of some tall-as-hell bridge in the vodka capital of the world. I'm pretty sure they have parachutes (or at least backpacks) though, so they're not as crazy as they COULD be. There a lot of things I'd be willing to do with a parachute that I wouldn't be willing to do otherwise. Namely, make love to a pterodactyl. Trust me, nobody wants to be happy for the first time in their life only to realize they're falling into a lava pit. Back me up, Gollum. "My precious!" SHUT UP AND ANSWER ME YOU LITTLE TROLL.

Hit the jump for the not for the scared of heights.

Thanks to Emm Jay, who isn't afraid of heights, only falling from them.

  • now get down WITHOUT a parachute

  • YES.
    This made my day.

  • RareAwesomeman

    this is why the russians are going to beat us, they still use natural selection

  • Ian Boyd

    I would have worn a parachute just in case and jumped off anyway because I had a parachute.

  • This is also a construction crane, they're not actually on the bridge. The construction crane goes higher than the bridge though, so there is that.

  • Totoro

    The end of the video is when that guy slipped and regretted every single moment of climbing up there.

  • DoubleFish

    I suddenly have the urge to shake the hands of everyone who BUILT (or are building) that bridge. Those guys are not thrill-seekers. They are REAL men with a frightening job.

  • Max Baldwin

    I use to do crazy stuff like this all the time in Grand Theft Auto San Andres, but if I fell or jumped off in San Andres I had a couple of options. I could spawn a parachute, airplane or jetpack or I could just hit the water and lose no life. Hell, in San Andres I could land on the bridge and get hit by a 18 wheeler and live.

  • lasc

    Nope they did not have a parachute. This is brand new bridge(well not finished) in Vladivostok, Russia

  • I almost puked watching this video, in my chair, in my house. I still got that "Death is imminent" feeling in my guts.


  • Randy Pfeifer


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