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28DL and UE in the News Canterbury Cathedral - Explorer branded 'stupid'

The Guard Dog

Will only bite a little bit... well a lot
28DL Full Member
#2
I love the press, I think they are jealous the pictures are better than anything they have ever taken. Also I'd bill them for using the pics.
 

Horus

Butt Wipe
28DL Full Member
#4
In his report on climbing the Cathedral, the explorer said he was surprised at how “relaxedâ€￾ it was to break into the grounds.

Police spokesman Jon Green said it was unlikely a criminal offence had been committed and any trespass would be a civil matter
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They should read the article before publishing.
 

hhh

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
#5
He (Cathedral spokesman Chris Robinson) said: “Climbing in the dark without suitable equipment is very dangerous and stupid....â€￾

-so as long as you are suitably equipped for climbing in the dark it can't be such a big problem. (not noticed any indication of equipment used or not in original report)
 

Ordnance

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He (Cathedral spokesman Chris Robinson) said: “Climbing in the dark without suitable equipment is very dangerous and stupid....â€￾

Lets be honest here - no location is going to be happy about an unauthorised 'explore' or 'climb' no matter what safety gear was used and even if it excited the health & saftey working at hights directive..

For a worker to do the same thing would need an H&S assessment and permit to work, not forgeting insurance and being paid for it. We do it for the fun & kick of adrenaline, not really the same thing.