Real Life Russian Spiderman

Meet the real-life Russian Spiderman Mad Max Polatov who loves nothing more than hanging from the outside of buildings using only his feet. Breaking into the biggest buildings in his home city since the tender age of 17, he hooks his feet under railings more than 270ft high in Moscow, Russia. The committed urban climber and photographer, 22, started climbing as a hobby which soon become a youth sub-culture with more young Russians taking to the skies of their city every year.

Meet the real-life Russian Spiderman Mad Max Polatov who loves nothing more than hanging from the outside of buildings using only his feet. Breaking into the biggest buildings in his home city since the tender age of 17, he hooks his feet under railings more than 270ft high in Moscow, Russia. The committed urban climber and photographer, 22, started climbing as a hobby which soon become a youth sub-culture with more young Russians taking to the skies of their city every year.

Meet the real-life Russian Spiderman Mad Max Polatov who loves nothing more than hanging from the outside of buildings using only his feet. Breaking into the biggest buildings in his home city since the tender age of 17, he hooks his feet under railings more than 270ft high in Moscow, Russia. The committed urban climber and photographer, 22, started climbing as a hobby which soon become a youth sub-culture with more young Russians taking to the skies of their city every year.

Meet the real-life Russian Spiderman Mad Max Polatov who loves nothing more than hanging from the outside of buildings using only his feet. Breaking into the biggest buildings in his home city since the tender age of 17, he hooks his feet under railings more than 270ft high in Moscow, Russia. The committed urban climber and photographer, 22, started climbing as a hobby which soon become a youth sub-culture with more young Russians taking to the skies of their city every year.

Meet the real-life Russian Spiderman Mad Max Polatov who loves nothing more than hanging from the outside of buildings using only his feet. Breaking into the biggest buildings in his home city since the tender age of 17, he hooks his feet under railings more than 270ft high in Moscow, Russia. The committed urban climber and photographer, 22, started climbing as a hobby which soon become a youth sub-culture with more young Russians taking to the skies of their city every year.