Two West Bend men were behind a dangerous stunt captured on camera on top of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco.
Peter Teatime and his friend Tommy said they set their eyes on one of the most historic bridges in the world while on vacation last month. Video shows them scaling the tower, even dangling their bodies over the edge 750 feet in the air.
"For us ,it's not scary because we're used to heights and we feel very comfortable with our bodies and control," Teatime said.
The two daredevils said they've been climbing just about anything since they were kids. They started with trees and eventually moved on to buildings and bridges. A six minute video from their latest stunt has made them YouTube sensations. The edited video was posted just two days ago and it has already been seen 100,000 times.
"You could see all of San Francisco and the lights and pretty much as far as the eye could see any direction in the bay," Teatime said.