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11/12/2017 · A DAREDEVIL who called himself “China’s First Rooftopper” plunged to his death off the roof of a skyscraper as this video with over 15 million views reportedly shows. Fans of Wu Yongning, 26, had already been speculating about his death after his hugely popular

作者: Patrick Knox

11/12/2017 · A 26-year-old Chinese man known for his death-defying stunts atop tall buildings has fallen to his death. And his final moments were captured on video. According to the South China Morning Post, cops say 26-year-old Wu Yongning died in November after falling from the Huayuan Hua Centre, a

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12/12/2017 · Police confirmed that Wu’s death took place on Nov. 8, according to the Post. The daredevil’s much-followed social media presence went dark, per Britian’s Daily Telegraph, with thousands of fans taking notice. Wu’s girlfriend left a revealing post on Friday, the

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11/12/2017 · Video: Shocking moment Chinese daredevil falls to death from skyscraper This is the shocking moment a Chinese daredevil falls to his death after losing grip on a building. Wu Yongning called himself ‘China’s First Rooftopper’.

14/12/2017 · The video does not show him plunging to his death. The video was taken with a fixed-place cell phone pointed at the rooftop spot where he performed the stunt. Also, the fall was only 45′ to a lower roof, not 62 stories as the article implies. While 45′ is a fatal

作者: Brittany Hillen

13/12/2017 · But Chinese rooftopper Claire, who asked us to not to reveal her last name, told CNN she doesn’t just blame Wu’s risk-taking for his death — instead, she says the companies who sponsor rooftoppers are also to blame.

作者: Ben Westcott And Serenitie Wang, CNN

This is truly terrifying. Wu Yongning, a famous Chinese ‘rooftopper,’ filmed himself accidentally falling to death after doing pull-ups at the top of a 62-story skyscraper. Wu Yongning, 26, known as “China’s first rooftopper” accidentally died on Nov. 8, and the horrific

作者: Courteney Larocca

12/12/2017 · A well-known Chinese ‘rooftopping’ photographer fell to his death from the top of a 62-story skyscraper after the stunt he was attempting went horribly wrong. The incident was caught on camera. The Telegraph reports that 26-year-old Wu Yongning had agreed to do the November 8th stunt on the

14/12/2017 · ABOVE: A young Chinese climbing enthusiast’s fatal fall from a skyscraper while making a selfie video on a $19,000 “rooftopping” dare has spurred warnings by state media against the perils of livestreaming. Wu Yongning, 26, plummeted to his death on

作者: Adam Frisk

14/12/2017 · ABOVE: A young Chinese climbing enthusiast’s fatal fall from a skyscraper while making a selfie video on a $19,000 “rooftopping” dare has spurred warnings by state media against the perils of livestreaming. Wu Yongning, 26, plummeted to his death on

作者: Adam Frisk

11/12/2017 · Chinese ‘rooftopper’ unwittingly films his own death as he plunges from the top of a 62-storey skyscraper while doing pull-ups for video stunt Wu Yongning, 26, climbed to the top of 62-storey skyscraper to film viral video Footage shows him doing pull-ups before

作者: Chris Pleasance for MailOnline

“Rooftopper” Wu Yongning’s plans for his future and his family would no longer be fulfilled as the famed Chinese daredevil accidentally plummeted to his death in a newly released footage of his last stunt atop the 62-story Huayuan International Center in Hunan

11/12/2017 · A famous Chinese “rooftopping” enthusiast has unwittingly filmed his own death as he fell from a 62-story skyscraper during one of his trademark daredevil stunts. Wu Yongning, 26, was performing pull-ups at the summit of the Huayuan Hua Center, one of

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This daredevil rooftopper demonstrated nerves of steel to perform some death-defying manoeuvres at extreme heights in Hong Kong and China. <a href="https://www

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12/12/2017 · The shocking video appears to show Wu Yongning losing his footing as he attempted pull-ups at the Huayuan International Centre and tragically fell to his death Credit: AsiaWire According to Chinese media, his goal was to “take on the world’s high-rise buildings

11/12/2017 · Daredevil ‘rooftopper’ unwittingly films his own death and plummets 62 storeys while performing skyscraper stunt WARNING – DISTRESSING CONTENT. Wu Yongning was known for scaling tall buildings without equipment and fell from a 62-storey scraper

11/12/2017 · A 26-year-old Chinese rooftopping enthusiast has been confirmed dead more than a month after the popular online star abruptly stopped posting videos on Weibo. Police said Wu Yongning fell to his death from the 62-storey Huayuan Hua Centre, one of the tallest buildings in Changsha, the capital of

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31/12/2015 · The dangerous practice of rooftopping photography has claimed yet another victim, this time in New York City. 24-year-old Conner Cummings was killed yesterday after climbing the Four Seasons Hotel in Midtown Manhattan and then falling from the 52-story building. The New York Times reports that

23/5/2019 · A Chinese live-streaming platform has been ordered to pay 30,000 yuan (US$4,300) to the family of a “rooftopper” who plunged to his death from a

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14/12/2017 · New Sad Details About Wu Youngning, The Chinese ‘Rooftopper’ Who Fell 62 Stories To His Death During A Stunt More The 26-year-old daredevil known as “Chinese Superman” gained a notable following for his scary stunts,

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Wu Yongning: Pictured, Chinese Rooftopper daredevil impending death. Social media reacts after Wu Yongning Chinese Rooftopper daredevil falls 62 floors to his death after trying to do a pull up for prize money. Wu Yongning, 26, a self described daredevil calling

11/12/2017 · A daredevil plummeted to his death during a risky stunt near the top of a 62-story building in China, according to new reports. Wu Yongning, 26, who called himself “China’s First Rooftopper,” plunged from the Huayuan International Centre in Changsha, the capital of Hunan province in central

11/12/2017 · He did 217 live-streaming sessions and used to get around 55,000 yuan for the performances. – Chinese ‘Rooftopper’ Wu Yongning Films His Own Death as He Falls From Skyscraper: Watch Video A famous Chinese roof topper, known for his daredevil stunts, is

11/12/2017 · Wu Yongning takes a selfie on the summit of a building in China. Wu was performing pullups when he lost his grip and fell. Weibo A famous Chinese “rooftopping” enthusiast unwittingly filmed his own death as he fell from a 62-story skyscraper during one of

12/12/2017 · The Harrowing Moment A Famous Chinese ‘Rooftopper’ Falls To His Death [Video] 12 Dec 2017 by Sloane Hunter in China, Extreme, Lifestyle, RIP, Sport, Vibe, Video Related Posts Irishman Pulls Prank On Mourners At His Own Funeral [Video] SA Man Films

16/12/2017 · His death has prompted uneasy soul-searching over the “cash for clips” internet video industry. Questions are now being asked about whether these platforms, and their viewers, are in some way responsible for his death.

12/12/2017 · A Chinese climber famous for scaling skyscrapers without any safety equipment has died after falling from a 62-story building in the city of Changsha, according to his girlfriend. The 26-year-old daredevil, Wu Yongning, fell more than a month ago on Nov. 8, but his death was only recently confirmed

Chinese ‘Rooftopper’ Wu Yongning Films His Own Death During Stunt Share Tweet You’ve probably seen it doing the rounds on Facebook: Chinese man, Wu Yongning, falling to his death after climbing to the top of a twenty-story building and attempting pull-ups from one of its precipices.

23/5/2019 · A Chinese live-streaming platform has been ordered to pay 30,000 yuan (US$4,300) to the family of a “rooftopper” who plunged to his death from a 62-storey building in central China in November 2017. Wu Yongning lost his life after falling from a skyscraper in

12/12/2017 · Instead, Wu Yongning, who called himself “China’s First Rooftopper”, lost his grip right at the end of the risky stunt and plunged from the 62-storey building to his death. On November 8, the 26-year-old daredevil was performing pull-ups on the edge of Huayuan

14/12/2017 · Police released new details about the death of Wu Yongning, the Chinese ‘”rooftopper” who fell to his death on video while performing a dangerous stunt. He was supposed to propose to his girlfriend, and his family wasn’t notified of his death for a month.

11/12/2017 · A famous Chinese ‘rooftopper’ fell to his death from a skyscraper in a daring £11,000 challenge as he sought to use his fame to help lift his family out of poverty, media reported. Wu Yongning, aged 26, fell from the summit of the 62-storey Huayuan Hua Centre in

Nobody knows the full story line! This guy got paid jumping many buildings, he got paid a lot. The only reason he did it was for his mothers cancer, he has been doing it for a long time. For his mothers cancer I’m sure it was 12K he got paid there is a full video I’m

12/12/2017 · (The video above does not show his fall.) His death was confirmed this week by his girlfriend in a post on Weibo – China’s equivalent to Twitter. YouTube Wu Yongning fell 62 floors to his death in November Wu, who used to post videos of himself scaling tall

20/12/2012 · Der Chinese Wu Yongning hatte ein sehr gefährliches Hobby. Er kletterte auf Hochhäuser und postete die Videos davon in sozialen Medien. Doch sein letzter Versuch endete auf tragische Weise. Für Klicks auf seine Videos ging es immer höher und der 26-Jährige „Rooftopper“ Wu Yongning ging oft

12/12/2017 · BEIJING: A young Chinese climbing enthusiast’s fatal fall from a skyscraper while making a selfie video on a $15,000 “rooftopping” dare has spurred warnings by state media against the perils of livestreaming. Wu Yongning plunged to his death from a 62-storey building in central China on Nov 8, the

11/12/2017 · HONG KONG – A 26-year-old Chinese rooftopping daredevil has fallen to his death from a 62-storey building in Changsha, the capital of China’s Hunan province. Police said Mr Wu Yongning fell to his death from the Huayuan Centre, the tallest building in Changsha, on Nov 8. The South China Morning