Chinese rooftopping star Wu Yongning posted nearly 300 videos showing his daredevil exploits on buildings across China until he fell to his death from a 52-floor building in Changsha. Photo: 163.com Chinese rooftopping star Wu Yongning posted nearly 300 videos showing his daredevil exploits on buildings across China until he fell to his death from a 52-floor building in Changsha. Photo: 163.com
Chinese rooftopping star Wu Yongning posted nearly 300 videos showing his daredevil exploits on buildings across China until he fell to his death from a 52-floor building in Changsha. Photo: 163.com

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Chinese rooftopping star Wu Yongning posted nearly 300 videos showing his daredevil exploits on buildings across China until he fell to his death from a 52-floor building in Changsha. Photo: 163.com Chinese rooftopping star Wu Yongning posted nearly 300 videos showing his daredevil exploits on buildings across China until he fell to his death from a 52-floor building in Changsha. Photo: 163.com
Chinese rooftopping star Wu Yongning posted nearly 300 videos showing his daredevil exploits on buildings across China until he fell to his death from a 52-floor building in Changsha. Photo: 163.com
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