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These Photos Of Someone Slacklining Between Two Toronto Skyscrapers Will Make You Piss Yourself

All photo cred - The Weather Network

Tom Ryaboi, Toronto's most well known rooftopper, is at it again, this time joining forces with international daredevils to make your stomach turn. On Wednesday of last week, Ryaboi posted several photos on his Facebook and Instagram pages of an unknown person (now confirmed to be slackliner Gerald Situ) slacklining between two massive Toronto skyscrapers, and giving readers everywhere mild panic attacks.

The photos were deleted from Ryaboi's social media a few hours later for unknown reasons, but it could have to do with wanting to avoid prosecution. Toronto police informed the Toronto Star that this stunt could be illegal. Either way, the pictures are still available for your viewing pleasure in different pockets of the internet, and Reddit's been enjoying them for a while.

Source - Toronto Star

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