A French daredevil known for skyscraper stunts has reportedly plummeted to his death from the 68th floor of a building in Hong Kong.
Remi Lucidi, 30, was at the three-building Tregunter Tower complex when he fell to his death after reportedly getting trapped outside a penthouse.
The complex’s Tower 3 stands significantly taller than the first two buildings of the complex, with the top floor 327m (1,073 ft) above sea level.
Investigators said that Lucidi, known as Remi Enigma, arrived at the building on Thursday evening and told the security guard that he was visiting a friend on the 40th floor.
He is believed to have made his way to a top floor and according to South China Morning Post (SCMP) he got trapped outside.
Lucidi was last seen frantically knocking on a window, startling a maid inside, before losing footing and falling to his death.
Hong Kong authorities say the building’s security guard tried to cross-examine Lucidi’s claim of visiting a friend on the 40th floor, but the stuntman had already caught an elevator by then.
Police are also said to have found Lucidi’s sports camera at the scene, which contained videos of extreme sports.
An official statement and the cause of the stuntman’s death are yet to be issued by Hong Kong police.
Shortly before his death, he posted a photograph of the Hong Kong skyline on his Instagram profile.
According to social media, he had previously attempted stunts in in Dubai, Bulgaria, Portugal, France and Ukraine.