A French daredevil, recognized as Remi Lucidi, met a tragic finish final week after falling from a high-rise residential constructing in Hong Kong.
The 30-year-old’s lifeless physique was found on a patio within the upscale Mid-Ranges space, the place he was identified for participating in excessive sports activities actions.
Police performed a preliminary investigation, revealing that Lucidi apparently fell from a rooftop. There was no suicide notice discovered on the scene. The precise explanation for his demise will likely be decided by an post-mortem.
Lucidi, also called “Remi Enigma” on social media, gained reputation for his fearless exploits climbing varied tall constructions worldwide. His Instagram account showcased breathtaking photographs of him atop towers, cranes, bridges, and spires, demonstrating his ardour for journey.
The final time Lucidi was seen alive, he was knocking on a penthouse window on the 68th ground of the 721-foot (219-meter) Tregunter Tower, in line with sources. Stories recommend that he might have sought assist from contained in the constructing however tragically misplaced his footing, resulting in the deadly fall.
A maid within the constructing reportedly alerted the police upon seeing Lucidi outdoors the window. His sports activities digicam, full of movies of his excessive stunts, was discovered on the scene alongside together with his French ID card, confirming his identification.
Lucidi had checked right into a Hong Kong hostel on July 17, the place he maintained a low profile and largely stored to himself. The hostel proprietor described him as a “pleasant and humble man” who appeared wholesome and completely satisfied.
Fellow city explorers and followers mourned his passing on social media, paying tribute to his adventurous spirit and willpower to dwell life to the fullest. One wrote, “RIP brother. Unhappy information nobody ever desires to listen to a couple of fellow explorer,” whereas one other acknowledged, “Bro went out doing what he cherished! He lived his life totally. Not many can say that.”