Friday, April 6, 2012

Stair-Climbing Champion Caught Using Elevator

When stair-climbing champion Miguel Larios reached the top of the AOL Center in downtown Los Angeles, he barely seemed out of breath.

Organizers of the charity event were also astounded that the 31-year-old maintenance man had completed the 62-storey course in a record-breaking seven minutes and 45 seconds.

However, when they realized that Larios' record-breaking feat was almost impossible to achieve, they checked out the building's CCTV footage - and found that instead of taking the stairs, the former champion had sneaked into an elevator and gotten a lift.

Unfortunately for Larios, stair-climbing infractions are taken very seriously in Los Angeles. Not only did the lazy janitor lose his crown, he also lost his job.

Not so much a stair master as a stair disaster.

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"I don't know what all the fuss is about, this stair-climbing challenge is easy"

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