Adrenaline Junkie Faces Charges After Cops Say He Scaled New York Building

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An adrenaline junkie notorious for climbing skyscrapers has just been arrested for the fifth time.

Justin Casquejo, 20, was busted again for allegedly climbing an Upper West Side building in New York.

He was sentenced last October to three years’ probation under the condition that if he climbs another building without permission, he will go to jail. 

But it seems like he couldn't help himself, allegedly breaking into a 38-story Manhattan skyscraper and dangling from the crane above West 61st Street.   

Casquejo was held on $5,000 bail and is due in court next month. 

Last year, he spoke to Inside Edition about climbing the World Trade Center

"It was the first rooftop I had ever been on in New York City, over 1,000 feet,” he said. “I was literally out of my mind. Absolutely terrified."


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