Climb a bridge more than 150 meters high to take a selfie and end up arrestedJul 272020
Descending from the structure, Adam Lockwood, 19, walked a thin section of the bridge, increased speed, and even bragged about doing it "hands-free."
A young man climbed the 150-foot-tall Forth Road Bridge in Scotland to take a selfie. However, upon descending from the structure, he was arrested by the Police, reports Daily Mail.
19-year-old Adam Lockwood starred in the incident with three friends at dawn on July 23, using only two support cables for the climb. The images were published on social networks, where you can see young people climbing the bridge and taking pictures from the top.
Also, in the video you can hear the strong wind that could make the situation even more dangerous. Even as he descended from the structure, Lockwood increased speed, assuming he was "hands-free" by showing that he was not holding onto the cables and walking a thin section of the bridge.
When the four young men finally arrived at the apartment, they tried to get away from the place but were surprised by several police patrolmen. Agents immediately located the offenders behind the bars of one of the vehicles.
Lockwood, known for performing such acts, continued to shoot from inside the squad car. According to the video published on the Internet, the youths remained in custody for 36 hours and were released without the need for bail. However, the case remains under investigation.