VIDEO: Watch the moment a man abseils down Sheffield's 'cheese grater'
Jon Casterton scales some of Sheffield's tallest buildings, then abseils down, 'for a laugh'.
He was at it again yesterday, descending the Q Park building on Charles Street - otherwise known as the 'cheese grater -' in the city centre.
It took less than two minutes to come down, and Jon surprised a couple of passers-by when he landed next to them on the pavement on Arundel Gate.
Abseiling down tall buildings, he said, kept him out of trouble.
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Park Hill Flats and the Cathedral Church of St Marie are among the buildings Jon has
"The higher the better," he said.