Watch: Man Scales 61-Floor Salesforce Tower In San Francisco, Arrested On Rooftop

NBC News published this video item, entitled “Watch: Man Scales 61-Floor Salesforce Tower In San Francisco, Arrested On Rooftop” – below is their description.

A 22-year-old Nevada man was seen scaling the 61-floor Salesforce Tower in San Francisco without safety equipment. Police haven’t said what prompted Maison Des Champs’ climb, but his mother said her son is an anti-abortion activist. After reaching the top of the skyscraper, the man was arrested and booked on suspicion of trespassing and resisting arrest.

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