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I want to tell a funny story that happened recently in Luxembourg city.

We decided to climb a crane. When we were at the top, someone spotted us and apparently called police, but we left before they arrived. 

What happened further. We cleaned our clothes, and after a while decided to go home, but we were too lazy to walk around the district and just passed by the construction site again. I noticed a police car next to the entrance. While driving away, they saw us, stopped and started asking:

- Were that you who just climbed a crane here?

- No. That's not us.

- Are you sure?

- Yes, we are. 

 

After that they let us go)))

I'd like to write a positive feedback on the work of our police, really) 

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1 hour ago, hamtagger said:

Haha! Got any more pics mate? :) 

 

I took some on my phone. Next time I will try to bring a camera. I usually don't take it for urbex because almost every time I end up running away from someone.  I don't want to crash it) 

One conclusion that I made, if anyone wants to climb cranes in Luxembourg, do it after 1am. Better after 2am. Responsible neighbors are everywhere! Out of 3 cranes that we did recently cops were called twice.

 

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15 hours ago, The_Raw said:

I believe we may have met at the weekend in Vienna! I've heard this story 😛

This happened a couple days after Vienna, but hell, yes! Our community is so small))) 
In Vienna I told a story about another crane, where the neighbor also called cops, but patrol didn't see us)

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