Remi Lucidi, a daredevil who scaled structures all over the world, reportedly dies after falling from a high-rise building in Hong Kong

The stuntman had travelled around the world attempting different kinds of stunts(Remi Lucidi/ Instagram)
The stuntman had travelled around the world attempting different kinds of stunts (Remi Lucidi/ Instagram)

According to authorities, a French man named Remi Lucidi is thought to have perished last week when he allegedly fell to his death from a residential building in Hong Kong.

A 30-year-old man’s body was reportedly discovered on a patio in the posh Mid-Levels neighborhood of the city. Police stated they believed him to have participated in extreme sports without naming him.

Following their initial inquiry, the police concluded that he had apparently fallen from a rooftop. According to them, there was no suicide note at the location. They stated that an autopsy will be required to confirm the reason of his demise.

The South China Morning Post and other local media outlets identified the man as Lucidi, 30. According to an unnamed source quoted by The Post, he was last saw on Thursday night tapping on a penthouse window on the 68th floor of a residential structure. His identification has not been able to be confirmed by The Associated Press.

Lucidi, who went by “Remi Enigma” on social media, most recently shared a picture of Hong Kong’s evening skyline on Instagram a week ago, tagging Times Square in the Causeway Bay shopping area as the location. It looked like the photo was taken from above.

His admirers paid him tribute on social media.

As he ascended various big structures throughout the world and took pictures, Lucidi posted them to Instagram, where he has around 10,000 followers. He captioned one selfie, “Above the Sky, 425m,” and added Dubai as the location.

He can be seen in other recent images standing on towers, cranes, bridges, and spires all over the world.

He posted a selfie earlier this month while ascending a tower in Bulgaria with the caption, “Life is too short to chase unicorns.”