‘Pro-Life Spiderman’ arrested after free soloing SF’s Salesforce Tower

SAN FRANCISCO — Maison Des Champs, a senior at UNLV studying finance, arrived at San Francisco International Airport (SFO) on Tuesday morning and took an Uber downtown to Salesforce Tower, which is the tallest building in California at 1,070 feet.

He then began climbing the building without any rope around 9 a.m. He posted updates on his Instagram page, expressing anti-abortion sentiments alongside views of the Bay Area skyline. About an hour and a half later, he was taken into custody at the top of the building by San Francisco Police for trespassing and resisting arrest.

Last year, Las Vegas police arrested a man by the same name for trespassing and disorderly conduct after he climbed a building to protest mask mandates, according to local outlet KTNV.

His activism came one day after a Supreme Court draft opinion leaked indicating that the high court might overturn Roe v. Wade.

Frenchman Alain Robert is known for “buildering” skyscrapers around the world.


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