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A BRITISH man has thumbed his nose up at Spanish authorities by climbing six Benidorm buildings within a week, despite being arrested by the National Police after his first stunt.
The unnamed 19-year-old, who brands himself as social media as “The Little Nuisance” took in the three highest structures in the city, namely the InTempo building, the Torre Lugano, and then went up the Gran Bali on Sunday, which has the distinction of being the tallest hotel in Europe.
The teen, from the north-west of England, took pictures posted to social media of all of his exploits, and clearly was not inhibited after being fined for his first climb at a building on Avenida Alfonso Puchades.
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