'Crazy Russian' captures world's 'scariest' selfie

People's love for selfies doesn't seem to be dying anytime soon. But this Russian daredevil photographer has taken his selfie craze to another level. Alexander Remnev along with his friends scaled 'The Princess Tower' - the world's tallest (1350 ft) residential building and clicked a death-defying selfie.

(Image courtesy: Alexander Remnev)

The 19-year-old, who has a fantasy of climbing on tallest skyscrapers from across the globe, scaled the 101-storey building just to add another "achievement" to his collection of hundreds of stomach-churning pictures. Reportedly, these self-proclaimed "Crazy Russians" travel the world in search of highest skyscrapers and click selfies at heights as much as 360 m. Remnev, a resident of Moscow, Russia also scaled 'The Center', the fifth tallest skyscraper in Hong Kong and clicked amazing pictures. Lying onto a narrow ladder, Remnev used a customised pole to take selfies. As per a Daily Mail report, Remnev likes to visit cities around the globe to see them 'from a different point of view'. "There was one dangerous moment when we tried to get the top of The Center tower, it became to crowded at the top and there wasn't enough room for three of us so we decided to go back down," Alexander was quoted as saying by the English news website. The daredevil has clicked several such stunning images in Kiev, Paris, Dubai and Hong Kong. "We don't know what city we will visit next but we're certain it's going to be a city with skyscrapers," he said.