Daredevil photographed hanging from building top could face charges

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Courtesy of PIX 11

WEEHAWKEN, N.J. — Daredevil Justin Casquejo is back to climbing tall buildings and posting the photos to his thousands of followers.

The Weekhawken, N.J., resident was arrested in 2014 for breaking into One World Trade Center and climbing to the top. Casquejo was 17 at the time, reports PIX 11.

He received a slap on the wrist from the judge and said he was sorry for his actions. The teen was sentenced to 30 days of community service.

But Casquejo has been busy since then.

The teen has climbed dozens of skyscrapers since 2014, even the George Washington Bridge, and chronicled his feats on Instagram.

In his latest video, Casquejo is seen scaling a building then dangling by one arm off the crane while a friend takes photos.

At his home in New Jersey, Casquejo’s father did not have much to say besides he hopes his son has learned his lesson.

Yet, neighbors say there is no stopping this daredevil.

“He wants to go to Dubai to do it,” a neighbor said.

Police are now investigating his latest stunts and say he could be charged with trespassing and reckless endangerment.

Casquejo was not home for comment.