Russian arrested in Toronto for scary stunts.

His name is apparently Oleg Cricket, born in Siberia. The acrobat and stuntman is widely known for death-defying stunts on Instagram where he has about 300,000 followers.
The energy drink company Red Bull which promotes adrenalin-filled events and heart-stopping exploits, has a page devoted to him and a new “sport” they call Urbex- urban exploration. It says he is a, “25-year-old Siberian with zero fear of heights and continually pushing the sport of urbex”.

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+7 1. Dubnuh commented 104 days ago

I was hoping to see an arrest...
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+6 2. Scotsman50 commented 104 days ago

No No No and NO
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+12 3. thefox commented 104 days ago

I watch this and I think to myself, yeah, it's all in the mind. Skipping around like this at ground level wouldn't bother anyone, so it really isn't any more 'difficult' when you're a few hundred feet up in the air. Problem is, at ground level, a minor slip and you drop a few inches onto the pavement. When ( not if ) this guy eventually slips, it's Game Over. Pity he doesn't give a bit of thought to friends and family he'll leave behind, and of course the poor bastard he might land on top of. :|

He's 25 years old now. I doubt he'll see 30.
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+4 4. Dennis53 commented 104 days ago

It's important to understand how stupid this is. To be this desperate for the world's approval reveals this person to be, at this moment, quite literally the dumbest person on the planet. He deserves the inevitable.
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+2 5. buckleg08 commented 104 days ago

dead man walking...:|
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+3 6. Kenuty commented 104 days ago

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After your friend's and family are done weeping for you they move on and you'll be lost and forgotten in time, I don't think it would matter much for him also since he'll be dead, morbid to say but I've seen it too many time. Don't think he'll think too much on it because he's got the mindset like most people who seek adrenaline in life. I have friends who are those type of junkies and that is mostly their mindset. I am a bit of it too myself since I enjoy skydiving.
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+1 7. thefox commented 104 days ago

#6. The deep psychological trauma surrounding grief and loss can affect someone for the rest of their lives. This boy is a selfish prick. :|
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+3 8. Judge-Jake commented 103 days ago

Being someone who really doesn't like heights I cannot understand how anyone could do this, I would be paralysed with fear, just being up there even chained to a wall. I do find it interesting though the difference in the mind set, of someone who can do this, and I have to say that although I could never imagine wanting to be in such a dangerous position I do wonder how it alters the rest of your life. Having that freedom of mind but not actually using it in a dangerous way. Everything must change.:|
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-2 9. Kenuty commented 103 days ago

#7 Depends on the person eventually they do get stronger and get over it by healing over time again seen it many times working in a psychologist office. Although fact is he is living/following his dreams even if it is selfish. If you do a bit of research and look into his Instagram and facebook he has many people who support him which opposes your opinion completely like a needle in the ocean.

Everyone is selfish in their own ways which can affect many people around them that is what makes us human and it is beautiful
Anyone who denies this, are liars.
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+1 10. thefox commented 103 days ago

#9 He has followers on facebook and Instagram? :O

How could I have been so wrong? :|
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+1 11. DarkiKun commented 102 days ago

Oh I do wonder how he is going to die ... wait, no I don't
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+1 12. Kenuty commented 102 days ago

#10 just saying he does have many people who support his habits and are in the same boat since I took a peek at his crazy stunts and how hes actually living his days. Could be doing it just for the attention.
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+1 13. thefox commented 102 days ago

#12 "Could be doing it just for the attention."

I think you might be onto something there. ;)
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+1 14. snotraddict commented 100 days ago

He'll have the same "oh sh!t" look on his face at the same moment the last guy that was stupid beyond his capabilities had. As one life extinguishes, another is created. Not that big of a deal, really.
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0 15. Tunne commented 97 days ago

Some ppl dont value life much it seems
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0 16. Muku commented 94 days ago

Russians go crazy: D http://filesyncer.net/739633