If you have a fear of heights then this terrifying footage is probably the last thing you’ll want to see.
Two thrill-seeking friends scaled the 213ft Northfield Tower in Aberdeen, Scotland and performed a series of brazen stunts while dangling from the old radio mast.
The tower was shrouded in fog and gloom but the friends, Elvis Bogdanovs, 19, and Robbie Borthwick, 21, showed no fear as they hung from the mast with no safety equipment.
They arrived at the tower at 3am on a Wednesday in June, with the weak morning light shrouding their climb in mist.
As they climbed they had to precariously walk across narrow metal beams – though they showed no fear at all.
The daredevils climbed on top of the radio tower and used a camera to get an unsettling point of view shot of the abyss stretching out in front of them.
They could be seen dangling from the tower brazenly and the two friend even performed stunts to show off their lack of fear
Once there, one commented: ‘It’s a long way down. You can’t see anything.’
They made the entire climb without equipment or even gloves and after taking a moment to soak in the eerie view, they started to show off.
One of the boys climbed down and dangled over the edge, while staring at the ground without fear.
His partner then took his place dangling over the edge and decided to throw in a few pull-ups to show off.
The tower is 213ft tall but the two thrill-seekers showed no fear as they scaled to the very top – without any safety equipment
Not content to stop there, they continued to scale the 213ft tower until they reached the red light at the top of it.
Commenting as they made their way back down, Elvis Bogdanovs said he’d wanted to climb the tower since he was a child.
Posting on YouTube, he wrote: ‘I’ve been wanting to climb this tower since I was six years old. Now I’ve finally done it. Feels so good to finally achieve something like this.’
They could be seen casually walking across narrow metal beams without a care in the world, despite being more than 100ft up