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published : 2023-10-12

‘Pro-life Spiderman’ scales 42-story building housing Israeli consulate in Chicago

Des Champs has also climbed the Salesforce Tower in San Francisco, among others

Pro-life Spiderman scaling the Accenture Tower in Chicago (taken with Canon EOS 5D Mark IV)

Maison Des Champs, known as the 'Pro-life Spider-Man,' embarked on a daring feat in downtown Chicago on Tuesday.

The 23-year-old activist scaled the 42-story Accenture tower, raising money for an expectant mother in need.

Amidst the impressive climb, which took place at the building housing the Israeli consulate, Des Champs garnered attention and was later arrested upon reaching the top.

This valiant act was caught on camera by Krista Stadler, a witness working on the fifteenth floor of the building.

Maison Des Champs being arrested by police at the top of the Accenture Tower (taken with Nikon D850)

Sharing the incident on Facebook, Stadler expressed her surprise at the mid-morning spectacle.

The fearless Spider-Man livestreamed his ascension on Instagram, highlighting his mission to support Sierra, a young woman with an upcoming abortion scheduled.

Des Champs aims to raise funds for Sierra's medical bills and rent, providing her with the resources needed to choose life.

The 'Pro-life Spider-Man' is associated with Let Them Live, a non-profit organization that offers financial and emotional assistance to pregnant women contemplating abortion.

Sierra, the expectant mother, receiving support from Maison Des Champs and Let Them Live organization (taken with Sony Alpha A7 III)

Although Des Champs faced legal consequences for his climb up the Accenture tower, his determination and noble cause continue to inspire others.

The Chicago Police Department confirmed Des Champs' arrest and mentioned that charges are pending.

Despite attempts to reach Des Champs for comment, he did not respond to Fox News Digital's request.

As this thrilling tale reaches its conclusion, the impact of Des Champs' actions on our perspectives remains a matter of personal reflection.