Hong Kong’s tall buildings and other infrastructure have attracted many “rooftoppers” and parkour enthusiasts, such as Britain’s James Kingston. Photo: Handout
Hong Kong’s tall buildings and other infrastructure have attracted many “rooftoppers” and parkour enthusiasts, such as Britain’s James Kingston. Photo: Handout
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Tough line needed on Hong Kong train ‘rooftoppers’

  • Dangerous stunt on top of Tuen Mun Light Rail carriage raises fears of copycat behaviour and must be widely condemned

Hong Kong’s tall buildings and other infrastructure have attracted many “rooftoppers” and parkour enthusiasts, such as Britain’s James Kingston. Photo: Handout
Hong Kong’s tall buildings and other infrastructure have attracted many “rooftoppers” and parkour enthusiasts, such as Britain’s James Kingston. Photo: Handout
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