‘Pro-Life Spiderman’ Scales New York Times Building

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An anti-abortion rights activist who calls himself ‘Pro-Life Spiderman’ climbed the 52-story New York Times corporate building in Manhattan on May 5, two days after he was arrested for a similar stunt at the Salesforce building in San Francisco.

Maison DesChamps freehand climbed the facade of the New York Times’ corporate building on Eighth Avenue on Thursday morning, posting video of his climb to Instagram.

Reports said DesChamps hung banners along the way, including one that read, “ABORTION KILLS MORE THAN 911 EVERY WEEK!”

Later posts indicated DesChamps descended the building via the indoor stairs. No reports of an arrest were made.

According to a GoFundMe linked on his Instagram page, DesChamps identifies himself as “a rock climber that has recently started climbing skyscrapers to end abortion.” DesChamps urges people to donate in the name of ending abortion, though at the time of this report, his website was not accessible.

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