It's worth noting that climbing the 4,500-year-old pyramid is strictly prohibited by law, and can be punished with a penalty of up to three years in prison.
It took Ciesielski a mere eight minutes to scale the 455-foot structure, at the top of which he managed to capture breathtaking photos and footage.
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Police officers intercepted the fearless climber after he descended from his pyramid perch, but they declined to press charges and instead released Ciesielski after a round of questioning.
Ciesielski clearly has an affinity for heights, as his Facebook feed and personal website are both rife with photos snapped atop rooftops around the world.
This originally appeared on DSCOVRD.