HONG KONG - These days, it seems people will do just about anything to capture the perfect selfie.
But it's safe to say what one group of thrill-seekers did to capture their selfie was something you should never try at home.
The three people climbed on top of Hong Kong's fifth-tallest building. It's being called the world's scariest selfie and was captured 73 stories in the air.
In our attached video, you can see Daniel Lau holding the "selfie stick," which holds the camera and allows him to capture the unbelievable images.
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