A pro-life activist was arrested after he scaled an 844-foot building in Oklahoma City, according to a report.
Maison Des Champs, who goes by “Pro-life Spiderman” on Instagram climbed to the top of the 50-floor Devon Tower, Oklahoma City’s tallest building.
When Des Champs reached the top of the building he was arrested by officials who had been waiting for him there, KFOR News reported.
The station’s meteorologist, Emily Sutton, said the winds at the top of the tower were between 35-40 miles per hour.
Des Champs briefly went live on Instagram during his climb and has posted pictures and videos from previous climbs on his page.
Police also said they arrested the pilot operating the drone that followed Des Champs to the top of the building as well.
Des Champs says on his website that he is a rock climber who switched to climbing skyscrapers to protest abortion.
Des Champs was arrested for scaling the Salesforce building to protest abortion about a month ago. The Salesforce building is California’s second-tallest building. Just days later, Des Champs was back at it and climbed the entire New York Times building in New York.
Des Champs said he was inspired to begin climbing buildings to protest abortion after hearing about Dr. Cesare Santangelo, who has been a target of anti-abortion groups.
Des Champs’ website says he also climbed Las Vegas Aria Hotel in August 2021 to protest Nevada’s COVID-19 mandates.