Mumbai: British parkour group caught performing deadly stunt on high-rise

Nov 28, 2018, 07:32 IST | Suraj Ojha and Diwakar Sharma

The cops said they would inform the Special Branch (SB). An officer said, "Once their conference ends on December 2, their movement will be restricted. We will keep an eye on them."

Mumbai: British parkour group caught performing deadly stunt on high-rise
The six Brits belong to a famous parkour group called Storror, said cops

Mumbai police have detained six British nationals for performing deadly stunts on a high-rise near Prabhadevi station. Their stunt videos went viral online, showing the daredevils jumping from one 14-storey building to another.

All six are freerunners who perform death-defying stunts — Max Cave, 26, Benj Storror Cave, 24, Callum Powell, 27, Toby Segar, 24, Sacha Powell, 24, Drew F Taylor, 24. According to the police, they belong to a parkour group called Storror, famous for their stunts.

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"Four of them had come for a conference at Worli. Two others came for a business trip," said an officer. Sources said the daredevils took to Google Maps to search for two high-rises of the same height to attempt the stunt. The cops took statements of the Brits and the building's inhabitants, but did not register a case.

The cops said they would inform the Special Branch (SB). An officer said, "Once their conference ends on December 2, their movement will be restricted. We will keep an eye on them."

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