Fire brigade rescues German drunks from 35 meter high factory tower

The fire department of Chemnitz to the rescue.

The fire department of Chemnitz to the rescue.

The fire brigade from the German town Chemnitz had an unusual job to do today (Thursday) as they rescued two drunks from a factory tower. The men (21 and 33 years old) shared some drinks in the town in the Sachsen region and decided it was time for a little adventure. They climbed the 35 meters high tower, all in good fun until it was time to go down. Then one of them remembered he was afraid of heights. Stuck at the top of the tower they called the fire department to rescue them.

The fire brigade used a truck with a platform to get the drunk climbers down. Once safe and sound on the ground they were welcomed by the police as well. The adventurers were charged for tresspassing and will probably have to pay for the costs of the fire department.

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