London, July 27 (ANI): A real-life Indian 'Spiderman' has left many jaws dropping with his stunning talent for climbing up any object without ropes.
Raj Singh, who began climbing at the young age of four, has been displaying his exceptional skills by scrambling up the sheer sides of buildings minus any safety equipment.
The 22-year-old, who used to help scaffolders while working at a building site in Karnataka, said he could scramble along upside down hanging onto tiny cracks in ceilings by his fingertips.
"I don't know why it is that I can climb so well - I just have a feeling for it," The Daily Star quoted him as telling the Austrian Times.
"I have never fallen. When I was a youngster I was surprised that other people seemed to find it so hard to climb.
"I never use any safety gear and I can climb up to half a mile up a sheer cliff without getting any fear of falling," he added. (ANI)