Brit Teen Who Climbed Benidorm Tower Strikes Again

Story ByMaja Mishevksa, Sub EditorMarija StojkoskaAgencyNewsflash

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The British teen who was arrested for climbing a tower block in Benidorm without safety gear has struck again in this clip of him atop an iconic 650-foot tall skyscraper in the Spanish resort.

The 19-year-old, who goes by the name of ‘The Little Nuisance’ on Instagram, has climbed the iconic Intempo skyscraper in the city of Benidorm in the south-eastern Spanish province of Alicante.

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The Intempo skyscraper, which opened in 2014, is 198 metres (650 feet) high making it the tallest building in Benidorm and the fifth tallest in Spain.

The British teen said that he climbed the modern skyscraper just a few hours after being released by the Spanish cops, and he posted images on his Instagram account, which is now back online after being taken down following his arrest.

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According to his Instagram messages, his account was taken down because he was caught filming police officers.

The dizzying images now available again show him on top of the building while filming the backdrop of Benidorm and the ocean in the background.

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According to local media, he also climbed the Hotel Poseidon Palace on Emilio Ortuno Street on the same day.

The British teen was arrested last Sunday for climbing an 11-floor building on Alfonso Puchades Avenue.

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In the video, he can be seen climbing the building and says “quick little free solo” as he hangs onto the building with no safety equipment.

He then records himself in the back of a police car, saying “there’s no handles to get out and he’s got my GoPro I really hope he doesn’t delete this footage because it’s actually quite funny”.

The national police reportedly filed an unspecified sanction against him before releasing him.

The teen boy describes himself as “a professional idiot from UK”.

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Ana Lacasa

I am a senior writer and journalist and editor of the Spanish desk for the Central European News agency.

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