Don't look down! China's 'Prince of Tightrope Walking' crosses Pearl River
Monday 12 August 2013
China's 'Prince of Tightrope Walking' has shown just why he is worthy of his name after he performed a series of death-defying stunts over the Pearl River in Guangdong Province.
Adili Wuxor walked across the river on a rope strung over 1,000 metres above the ground without the use of any harnesses and only using a pole to help him keep balance.
The 32-year-old even danced some of the way across the thee centimetre-wide rope and at one point performed a stunt with his student as he walked over him.
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