Millennials won’t stop taking selfies on top of tall buildings

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Do you know where your Millennial is? If not, you may want to look up. Teens and 20-somethings have made headlines around the world recently for scaling tall buildings in order to take selfies. Yes, this risky fad has been going strong for a few years now, but the latest incidents highlight the fact that it’s not going away anytime soon, especially with Instagram and YouTube fame at stake.

On Sunday, police in New York arrested 24-year-old Yaroslav Kolchin after he climbed to the top of the Brooklyn Bridge, as CBS New York reported. Kolchin was seen taking selfies with his iPhone, according to reports. The incident follows on the heels of a pair of German artists claiming responsibility for ascending the bridge to swap the large…

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