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Man handstands at edge of 24-story high rise

Conor Friedmann-Kenny said the stunt was "in no way a risk" for him because of training.

By Ben Hooper

SINGAPORE, Nov. 14 (UPI) -- A London acrobat performed a daring handstand on the ledge of a Singapore high rise with an ankle camera showing the 24-story distance to the ground.

Daredevil Conor Friedmann-Kenny posted the YouTube video showing his hand-standing prowess on the ledge of a 24-story high rise in Singapore, but the acrobat explained the stunt "is in no way a risk" for someone with his skill set.

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"I have been training my body and mind for years. I have been performing as a professional acrobat for the past five years and currently I am training to be a stunt-man," Friedmann-Kenny wrote in the video's description.

"I am doing these stunts for myself and to push my mind and body past everyday limitations. This career path I have chosen is exhilarating and exciting and allows me to see the world, which continually forces me to adapt, overcome and strive for perfection in everything I do."

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