"60 Years Old Is Nothing": French 'Spiderman' Scales Skyscraper On Birthday

A climber known as France's "Spider-Man" has marked his 60th birthday by scaling a 48-storey skyscraper in Paris without any safety gear.

Alain Robert climbed the Tour Totalenergies in the Défense Business District using no ropes or harness.

Robert has climbed the Tour Totalenergies numerous times before. This time, it took him just 60 minutes to reach the top.

He told Reuters News Agency that he want to send people the message that being 60 years old is nothing. You can still do sport, be active, do fabulous things.

After reaching the top of the Tower Robert was reportedly arrested.