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Insane students take insane selfie atop Hong Kong skyscraper

If you thought this guy's ridiculous selfie from on top of Brazil's Christ the Redeemer statue was, well, ridiculous, you haven't seen anything yet.

Seemingly unfazed by the death-defying heights and/or the prospect of actually not defying death, three students in China recently scaled to the top of Hong Kong's fifth-tallest building, the 1,135ft-tall Centre tower. And not just to the top of the building; like, to the top of the antenna at the top of the building. Like, way the f*&k up there.

Intrepid photographer Daniel Lau used a "selfie stick" and camera with a wide-angle lens to shoot a video from the sky, according to The Daily Mail, pretty much capturing himself and his friends chilling on the structure's peak eating bananas. Because you've got to get your daily supply of potassium. You got to.

While his friends enjoy their snack, Lau then raises the camera even higher to snag both an unfettered, 360-degree panoramic view of the Hong Kong skyline and a nauseating look down to the ground. We dare you to try watching Lau's video without getting dizzy...

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