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Honestly, I'm always quite divided when I see something like that. On the one hand, I think that such actions are often simply kind of careless. And even if there are also sometimes tricky situations during "normal" exploration of abandoned places, personally, it would be too risky for me. On the other hand, I also have respect for it, particularly since I could never do that myself due to my fear of heights. 

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