Guerrilla Suspension in Switzerland

Ewigstahl did this guerrilla suspension at the Johanniterbridge in his hometown of Basel, Switzerland… They were expecting to have police or other problems and be up for five minutes at the most, but everything went well, and he managed to swing for half an hour — click for more.

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8 thoughts on “Guerrilla Suspension in Switzerland

  1. Very nice! But I can’t help noticing the rigging, witch in this case is potentially dangerous! Do the homework before going out risking your friends neck.

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