Real Life Spider-Man Saves Baby Dangling From Building

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This is the breathtaking moment a man in China decided to scale the outside of a tall building to save a two-year-old who was dangling out of a third storey window. 

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Liang Lee, who has since been dubbed a real-life Spider-Man, claimed that he didn’t stop for a minute when he saw the child hanging out of the window. Instead he just ran at the building and began to climb.

According to the Mirror, the two-year-old had fallen out of a window after his parents left home – but miraculously managed to get his neck caught between security bars, thus stopping him from dropping to the ground below.

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The child, who was understandably in a lot of shock, would’ve without doubt fallen from the security bars if he had moved his head either to the left or right – so Liang took no chances and began climbing.

As the video shows, Liang climbs the building – making it look easy – all the way to third floor where he grabs the young boy seconds before the clip ends.

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Eventually a locksmith broke into the boy’s house and was able to drag the child and Liang back safely into the room.

Speaking afterwards Liang said:

I got here and found the boy barely moving.

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His legs were shaking. I decided to climb up as I thought he was in danger. If the boy turned his head, he would fall from the gap of the bars.

Not all heroes wear capes.


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