BASE jumper apologizes after a $ 1500 fine for jumping two of Perth's tallest buildings in dead-defying stunts
- A BASE sweater apologized after jumping off two of the tallest buildings in Perth
- Outside the court, Bryce Eden has apologized to the owners of the building
- The 35-year-old was seen on CCTV for the jump on both occasions
A BASE jumper who jumped from two of the tallest buildings in Perth has apologized outside the court for his actions.
Bryce Eden, 35, appeared Thursday in Perth & # 39; s Magistrates Court, where he was guilty of jumping off the Exchange Tower in September and the Concerto Building on October 2.
Eden, from Scarborough, was one of the four people who participated in the Exchange Tower stunt, which was recorded on video and posted on social media.
Bryce Eden (pictured in an earlier lawsuit), 35, appeared on Thursday in Perth & # 39; s Magistrates Court after participating in a group that jumped from the Exchange Tower in September
Outside the court, Eden apologized to the owners of the building.
& # 39; There is a right and wrong way to do things and this was not the right way, & # 39; he said according to The Western Australian.
& # 39; I'm sorry for that. I also apologize for the BASE jumping community. & # 39;
The court was told that Eden walked to the Exchange Tower on CCTV and gained access to the roof before landing at the new Ritz Carlton hotel.
He was also seen on CCTV on the day of the Concerto Building jump.
Eden & # 39; s lawyer Chad Silver said his client repented of his actions. He was BASE jumping for two years and usually jumped abroad.
Outside the court Mr. Eden (pictured jumping) apologized to the owners of the building
Eden was fined $ 800 for the Exchange Tower stunt and $ 200 for the apartment jump last month.
He also had to pay $ 225.90 in court fees for each case.
Matthew Ross, 37, one of his co-perpetrators in the Exchange Tower jump, did not appear in court but also filed a guilty plea through his lawyer, Mr. Silver.
Mr. Silver asked for a conviction issued on behalf of Ross, but was refused by the magistrate.
Ross was also fined $ 800 and had to pay $ 225.90 in court fees.
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