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Man arrested for scaling a New York skyscraper— again: VIDEO

The daredevil climbed to the pinnacle of 70 Pine Street, which is almost 1,000 feet tall
 James McNally atop 70 Pine Street

James McNally atop 70 Pine Street

James McNally, a photographer who is known for illegally climbing some of New York City’s tallest buildings, has been arrested for scaling another one, 70 Pine Street.

The nerve-racking video shows McNally sneaking in and then climbing to the pinnacle of nearly 1,000-foot tower last September.

“I’m not naive,” McNally told DNAinfo. “I’m well aware that along with physical risks, there are other consequences — it’s silly to think that you can trespass all the time and you won’t get in trouble for it.”

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McNally also was arrested and charged for his climbing One57, a residential high-rise in Manhattan. He currently faces charges of reckless endangerment and criminal trespass.

Watch him climb 70 Pine Street in the video below, if you dare:

[DNAinfo]Christopher Cameron