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Man ordered to face court after 40-storey base jump

An accused base-jumper, won’t confirm or deny if he was one of the four men who leapt from Exchange Tower in Perth’s CBD. Courtesy: 9News

An accused base-jumper won’t confirm or deny if he was one of the four men who leapt from Exchange Tower in Perth’s CBD yesterday morning.

Bryce Eden, from Scarborough, has been ordered by police to appear in court for trespass.

Officers tracked down the 35-year-old after a man was spotted running to a car moments after the base jump.

When asked by 9News about the incident, he declined to comment.

“Can you say if you were there or not?” Mr Eden was asked.

“No comment,” he replied.

Mr Eden says he has watched the videos of the heart stopping leaps off Perth’s sixth tallest building.

“It looked like whoever was there – it would’ve been a good time,” he said.

The security breach at the 40 storey skyscraper is now under investigation and police are still looking for three other daredevils.

One of the wanted men has told 9News it was his 15th jump from the 146 metre tall building.

Source: https://www.9news.com.au/national/wa-base-jumpers-exchange-towers-bryce-eden-ordered-to-appear-in-court/bae29194-c9e9-4c0a-91eb-c1074378ae16