Two daredevils climbed to the top of one of Camberwell’s taller glass buildings. Masquerading as window cleaners the adrenaline junkies risked life and limb as on-lookers gasped at their life-threatening antics.
“This is a terrible influence on the children,” squawked a concerned parent, “they see this and think that becoming a window cleaner is a viable career.”
A recent study by Swinburne University has found that children are 23.456% more likely to become a window cleaner if they see them swinging from buildings compared with low lying squeegee merchants that do shop windows. “Our intensive research shows cleaning the front window of Cotton On doesn’t appear to have the same level of excitement as say cleaning the top of the Bhurj Khalifa,” Professor Robotham-Smythe told The Camberwellian.