After mainland authorities thwarted his attempt to scale Shanghai's 88-storey Jin Mao Tower last March, French daredevil Alain Robert is eyeing Hong Kong's high-rises. In 1996, the last time he climbed a building here, he forgot to ask permission and was spotted clambering up the Far East Finance Centre and arrested by eagle-eyed police. Not to be deterred by such trifles, he remains defiant. 'I think it is good to push the limits of the law a bit,' he told SAR from France. The 40-year-old veteran of Paris' Eiffel Tower and New York's Empire State Building says he might visit Hong Kong in November and, if he does, he'd 'love to climb the Bank of China'. He also expressed interest in shinning up the 88-storey Two International Finance Centre, which will be the world's third-tallest office building when it is finished late next year. 'I'm very interested in the idea,' he admitted. But before he hits the SAR, Robert plans to excite mainland-ers again on September 14 with a bit of Hunan cliff-climbing.