Australian police were on Monday waiting atop Sydney's 57-storey Lumiere Building to arrest world-renowned free-climbing specialist Alain Robert.
Office workers applauded as the stunt man known as the French Spiderman tackled his third Sydney challenge and was arrested for a third time.
Last year, Robert was prosecuted for scaling a 41-storey office tower and in 2003 he was charged after reaching the top of the Harbour Bridge.
“It's a wonderful achievement,” Max Markson, Robert's spokesman, said. “He's got superhuman strength.”
Markson said Robert's vertical exploits were to draw attention to global warming.