Adrenaline Junkies Take Insane Selfie On Top Of Chinese Skyscraper

The lengths people go to for the perfect self-portrait...

Daredevils recently scaled a skyscraper in China to take what may be the ultimate self-portrait.

The "On The Roofs" collective took the elevator to the top floor of the Shun Hing Square tower in Shenzhen and busted through what looked like a locked door. They then climbed to the top of a spire, 1,260 feet above the ground, and took a selfie. Watch the breathtaking video above.

"On The Roofs" is officially made up of Russian and Ukrainian photographers Vitaliy Raskalov, 21, and Vadim Makhorov, 25. The duo were joined by Ivan Beerkus for the latest stunt, Mashable reported.

It's not known whether they had permission to scale the building, which is the 28th tallest in the world.

Previously, the group scaled the Shanghai Tower, the world's second tallest building at 2,073 feet, and the 390 foot high Moscow Bridge in Kiev, Ukraine.

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