Brave tradesman dangles 240m off the ground while repairing an antenna in Sydney’s CBD in dramatic footage
- Tradesman was captured fixing an antenna on top of a building in Sydney’s CBD
- Man was seen dangling from a wire with his toolbox while he worked this week
- He was nearly at the same height as observation deck of the Sydney Tower Eye
A worker has been captured in terrifying footage dangling 240m in the air to repair an antenna.
The tradesman was seen hanging from a wire on top of a building in the middle of Sydney’s CBD this week.
The anxiety-inducing moment was filmed by Nine News with the man nearly at the same height as the observation deck on the Sydney Tower Eye – the highest building in the city.
The man was seen fixing an antenna on top of a building in Sydney this week – nearly at the same height as the Sydney Tower Eye formerly known as the Centre Point Tower
Many were impressed with the man’s bravery while some admitted no amount of money would see them scale a building.
‘There is not enough money in the world to get me to do that!’ One commented.
‘Wouldn’t want to forget any tools,’ another said.
Others pointed out he was simply doing his job and tradesmen were faced with tasks like this everyday.
‘Give me a break, I climbed onto the edge of the crane to change a light on the crane in Melbourne. The tip of the building is 320 meters, let alone the height of the crane. I’m sure many others do it,’ one said.
‘Well someone has got to do the job. Good on him because there aren’t many people that would stomach it,’ commented another.
The man was seen hanging 240m in the air this week in Sydney with many impressed by his bravery