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AustraliaFour base jumpers leap from 40-storey Perth tower

17:40  10 september  2019
17:40  10 september  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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Four base jumpers have made a daring plunge off a 40 - storey skyscraper in the heart of Perth . The daredevils wore business suits to access the city building Exchange Tower is a 40 storey skyscraper and it is the sixth tallest in Perth . It is unclear how they got into the 146-metre building, which is the

A group of BASE jumpers leave passers-by shocked and earn the ire of police by leaping off the top of one of the tallest buildings in the Perth CBD before The group plunged from the 40 - storey Exchange Tower on Tuesday morning. Shocked witnesses said they could not believe what they were seeing.

Four base jumpers have made a daring plunge off a 40-storey skyscraper in the heart of Perth.

The daredevils wore business suits to access the city building, and their dangerous stunt was caught on camera.

Four men dove off the edge of Exchange Tower in Perth's CBD just before 9am today.

Four base jumpers leap from 40-storey Perth tower© 9News Four men base-jumped from a Perth building this morning.

"Everyone quite frantically got up and we saw a bunch of parachutists flying down," witness Piers Egerton-Warburton told 9News.

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A group of BASE jumpers have stunned onlookers by leaping off the top of one of the tallest buildings in the Perth CBD before parachuting down to a park below.

Four BASE jumpers have thrown themselves off the Exchange Tower on Perth 's CBD. Credit:Facebook. Footage captured by bystanders showed the jumpers standing on the rooftop of the building before taking the 40 - storey plunge and gliding in front of the city's high-rise buildings.

Stunned workers captured the daredevils from all angles, and even their getaway on foot was caught on camera.

"We saw the guys land just over here on the grass and they just sort of legged it across the street," witness Curtis Hesse told 9News.

Exchange Tower is a 40 storey skyscraper and it is the sixth tallest in Perth. It is unclear how they got into the 146-metre building, which is the state headquarters of the Australian Securities Exchange.

However, they were well prepared. Witnesses say they were wearing business suits which helped them blend in as they entered the building.

The building is home to several federal politicians, including Attorney General Christian Porter and Defence Minister Linda Reynolds.

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