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Australia Daredevil fined over base jump stunt from Perth's tallest residential building

14:40  16 october  2019
14:40  16 october  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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A 47-year-old man has been slapped with a $600 fine over a base jump from Perth's tallest residential building.

Matthew Edward Fathers pleaded guilty to trespass over the October 2 incident, where four people gained access to the Concerto building on Adelaide Terrace and leapt off.

Unlike the Exchange Plaza plunge, where four daredevils jumped off in broad daylight in front of stunned onlookers, Fathers and three others jumped from the Concerto at 1am. 

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The court was told Fathers had nothing to do with the Exchange Plaza jump.

a man wearing a suit and sunglasses standing outside of a building: Matthew Edward Fathers pleaded guilty to trespass. © 9News Matthew Edward Fathers pleaded guilty to trespass.

For the first time it was revealed in court how they entered through Concerto's underground car park as a vehicle left.

a circuit board: Fathers and three others jumped from the Concerto building. © 9News Fathers and three others jumped from the Concerto building. The court heard they gained access to the rooftop using a secure lift that required keys, then travelled up to the 36th floor and parachuted off the northern side of the building.

They landed in a carpark where they made their getaway.

a man flying through the air while riding a snowboard down a mountain: Fathers has been base jumping for 20 years. © 9News Fathers has been base jumping for 20 years.

"We'd hope a harsher penalty would be given, having said that it's up to the law and legal justice system to do so," the Concerto's building manager Nicholas Kyaw said.

Fathers lawyer Chad Silver told the court his client, who has been base jumping for 20 years, "greatly regretted his actions" and was aware of the "impact and ramifications."

The plumber was given a spent conviction so he can continue to travel overseas.

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Part of Jesse-Jordan Pearce's undoing was purchasing a parking ticket across the road from the Exchange Building, connecting him to the first jump. Pearce's defence argued a criminal conviction was "going to have significant consequences for him" as a drill assistant at a gold mine.The magistrate said Pearce had "time to pause and consider" who made the decision to break the law twice.A 24-year-old man was also fined $600 dollars for trespass over the Concerto building jump.

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