Woman Uses Vacuum Cleaner To Climb 33-Story Skyscaper.
So maybe the vacuum cleaner you've got at home is powerful enough to clean your living room carpet, but is it strong enough to help you scale a wall?
LG and 2015 U.S. Extreme Rock Climbing bronze medalist Sierra Blair-Coyle collaborated to create this incredible stunt - where Sierra uses the company's new cordless vacuum to scale the wall of a 460-foot, 33-story building in South Korea's Songdo International Business District. You're going to want to see this. (And try this at home. But don't. Don't try this at home.) Also, props to the camera crew who followed her the entire way up. Because I'm terrified of height. And this is a big NOPE. In the end, the experiment turned out to be a success, and Sierra proved that having two LG cordless vacuums strapped on your back is certainly the best way to channel your inner Peter Parker when you can't make those spidey webs on your own. You can watch the full video above to see Sierra in action, but in the meantime, answer this question for me:
If were a famous athlete like Sierra and LG asked you to scale a skyscraper with one of their vacuums, would you do it?
(Personally, I'd give it one giant HELL NO!)