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Australia Perth thrill seeker fined after he broke locks for jump from skyscraper

02:30  22 october  2019
02:30  22 october  2019 Source:   watoday.com.au

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Jessie-Jordan Pearce pleaded guilty to two counts of trespass, admitting he used his skills as a locksmith to break into the roof space of two Perth skyscrapers.© 9 News Perth Jessie-Jordan Pearce pleaded guilty to two counts of trespass, admitting he used his skills as a locksmith to break into the roof space of two Perth skyscrapers.

A Perth thrill-seeker has been hit with a criminal conviction and more than $1600-worth of fines after performing two illegal base jumps in the CBD.

Jessie-Jordan Pearce pleaded guilty to two counts of trespass, admitting he used his skills as a locksmith to break into the roof space of two Perth skyscrapers.

a blue and white building: Pearce's defence argued a criminal conviction was © 9 News Perth Pearce's defence argued a criminal conviction was "going to have significant consequences for him" as a drill assistant at a gold mine

The 25-year-old and two other men entered Exchange Plaza on September 10, taking the lift to the 40th floor.

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Pearce then picked the lock of two doors, so the men could perform the stunt.

Then on October 2 Pearce jumped again, this time off the Concerto building on Adelaide Terrace with others.

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Perth Magistrates Court was told the daredevils entered through Concerto's underground car park, as a vehicle left.

They gained access by entering a secure lift that required keys and Pearce compromised an emergency lock, allowing them to travel up to the roof and parachute off.

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.

9 News Perth

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